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The Office of the e-Envoy is part of the Prime Minister's Delivery and Reform team based in the Cabinet Office.

The primary focus of the Office of the e-Envoy is to improve the delivery of public services and achieve long term cost savings by joining-up online government services around the needs of customers. The e-Envoy is responsible for ensuring that all government services are available electronically by 2005 with key services achieving high levels of use.

The Office continues to ensure that the country, its citizens and its businesses derive maximum benefit from the knowledge economy. It works to meet the Prime Minister's target for internet access for all who want it by 2005 and supports work across Government to develop the UK as a world leader for electronic business.


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