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An Introduction to the DTI

DTI is working to create the conditions for business success and help the UK respond to the challenge of globalisation.

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This Introduction to the DTI is also available as a Adobe Acrobat PDF document, and as a printed document which can be ordered online.










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DTI Five Year Programme
How the UK will develop a strong, modern knowledge based economy
DTI - The Strategy
Launched by Patricia Hewitt on the 18th September 2003.
Freedom of Information Act
Information released and how to make requests.
Working in the DTI
Career opportunities and information on our equality and diversity commitments.
Secondments and Attachments and from the DTI.  An opportunity for us and you.
Appointments to Public Bodies
Forthcoming vacancies on DTI sponsored Public Bodies
The Future for DTI Tribunals
Details of a unified tribunal service which will affect DTI tribunals
Guide for DTI suppliers
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