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Leaflets and information about Access to Work are freely available in Jobcentres and Jobcentre Plus offices. Disability Employment Advisers regularly meet local employers to promote the full range of disability services, including Access to Work.
Information on all disability services, including Access to Work, is available on the Jobcentre Plus website. The web address www.jobcentreplus.gov.uk is included on Jobcentre Plus publicity material and can be accessed through most internet search engines.
Details of Access to Work are available to all Jobcentre Plus Account Managers to draw upon, as part of their Employer Services Portfolioa marketing folder containing details of all the services Jobcentre Plus can offer to employers.
Maria Eagle: The administration of disability living allowance is a matter for the Chief Executive of the Disability and Carers Service, Mr. Terry Moran. He will write to the hon. Member with the information requested.
The Secretary of State has asked Mr. Terry Moran, the Chief Executive, to reply to your question concerning how many people in each electoral ward in Cleethorpes constituency claim Disability Living Allowance (DLA). In Mr Moran's absence and as his deputy, I am replying on his behalf.
|Cleethorpes||Humberston and New Waltham||400|
Shona McIsaac: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people in each electoral ward in Cleethorpes constituency claimed winter fuel allowance in 200304; and how many have claimed the allowance in 200405. 
Malcolm Wicks: The number of people in each electoral ward of Cleethorpes who received a winter fuel payment in winter 200304 is in the table. Figures are not yet available for winter 200405 but we expect the numbers to be similar.
|Ward name||Winter fuel payment recipients|
|Humberston and New Waltham||2,215|
To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what rules govern responses to requests by
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clients for the names of the call centre operatives working for his Department and its associated public bodies who are giving them advice. 
Malcolm Wicks: At 31 August 2004, the most recent date for which figures are available, approximately 100,900 recipients of pension credit who were in receipt of the extra amount payable to carers were also in receipt of basic state pension.
The figure, rounded to the nearest 100, is based on a 5 per cent. sample and is subject to a high degree of sampling variation.
IAD Information Centre, Department for Work and Pensions
Mr. Fisher: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions when he expects Child Support Agency (CSA) cases at the Dudley CSA office that concern people living in Stoke-on-Trent to be transferred to the new system. 
Mr. Frank Field: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions pursuant to the letter of the Secretary of State to the right hon. Member for Birkenhead dated 16 December 2004, what the results have been of the discussions with EDS for delivering a working IT scheme for the Child Support Agency; and on what date he expects such a scheme to come into operation. 
You asked the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, pursuant to the letter of the Secretary of State to the hon. Member for Birkenhead dated 16th December 2004 what the results have been of the discussions with EDS for delivering a working IT scheme for the Child Support Agency; and on what date he expects such a scheme to come into operation.
Discussions with EDS are still continuing and a meeting with senior executives is scheduled for early February. They remain on track for delivering the software and telephony upgrade needed to remedy the most serious defects with the system. Beyond that we are working with them on a longer term plan intended to support the recovery of the Agency's work position. Ministers have been clear that they will not decide on when to extend the arrangements to existing clients until they are satisfied that is working well for new clients.
Annabelle Ewing: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (1) what cost-benefit analysis his Department has undertaken in the last five months of the introduction of citizens pensions; 
Malcolm Wicks: The Department is examining a range of pensions proposals, including options for broader-based State provision. We keep policy proposals under constant review and are engaged in discussions across Government on such matters on a continual basis.
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