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Mike Penning: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what training his Department has provided for (a) front desk and (b) administrative staff in relation to identity fraud. 
Alan Johnson: The Department contracts with a service provider for front desk and guarding services. It is a requirement of the contract for the service provider to ensure that their staff are fully trained to carry out their role. The training incorporates all those skills needed to provide counter measures against unauthorised access or threat to the departmental assets.
Other staff are trained to carry out a number of checks as part of the normal departmental recruitment procedures. These checks aim to positively establish identity and obtain background information on the subject by taking up references.
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Julia Goldsworthy: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry pursuant to the written answer of 23 January 2006, Official Report, column 1767W, on the Marine Bill, what meetings his Department held with (a) other Government Departments, (b) industry representatives and (c) other stakeholders; and when the meetings took place. 
Malcolm Wicks: The possibility of a Marine Bill has been under consideration for some time and has arisen in discussion at numerous meetings at which DTI has been represented, particularly in connection with offshore energy. It has been discussed at regular meetings of groups which bring together the marine renewables industry and offshore oil and gas industries with other stakeholders including fishing interests, shipping and ports groups and environmental non-governmental organisations. DTI officials are also members of Defra's inter-departmental Marine Bill steering group.
Mr. Weir: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry how many (a) personal computers, (b) laptops, (c) servers, (d) printers, (e) scanners, (f) photocopiers and (g) fax machines (i) his Department and (ii) each (A) non-departmental public body, (B) executive agency and (C) other public body for which his Department is responsible in (1) Scotland, (2) Wales, (3) each of the English regions and (4) Northern Ireland owned in (x) 200304 and (y) 200405. 
Alan Johnson: In 2000 the Department of Trade and Industry transferred ownership of its core IT infrastructure as part of a long-term private finance initiative (PFI) agreement to a consortium led by Fujitsu. The use of IT equipment such as PCs, laptops, servers, scanners and printers is now, in the main, provided as a service through the PFI partner, Fujitsu. The use of photocopiers is also provided mainly through supplier leasing arrangements. Details of fax machines owned by the Department are shown in the following table. The chief executives of the Department's Agencies have been asked to write to the hon. Member in respect of their equipment holdings.
|Yorkshire and Humberside||8||8|
Letter from John Taylor, dated 2 February 2006:
The data about quantities and locations of Acas office equipment requested in this written Parliamentary Question are set out in the attached tables.
|Yorkshire and Humberside||22||34||47||3||45||0||2|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||22||39||59||3||45||0||2|
Letter from Tim Moss, dated 2 February 2006:
I am responding to your recently tabled Parliamentary Question to the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry on
The number of pieces of equipment in each area is as follows:
|(a) Personal computers||62||1,216||11||62||899||11|
|(g) Fax machines||1||38||1||1||33||1|
|(h) Multi-function (copier, printer, fax)||0||7||0||0||2||0|
Letter from Desmond Flynn, dated 2 February 2006:
The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry has asked me to reply to you directly on behalf of The Insolvency Service in respect of your question (2005/2566) asking about our holdings of personal computers and associated equipment and office photocopiers and faxes in 20034 and 20045, broken down by region.
I enclose a table showing the information requested.
|Personal Computers||Laptops||Servers||Printers||Scanners||Copiers||Fax machines|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||63||0||6||8||0||4||2|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||76||9||4||9||0||4||2|
Letter from Jeanne Spinks, dated 2 February 2006:
You asked the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, how many (a) personal computers, (b) laptops, (c) servers, (d) printers, (e) scanners, (f) photocopiers and (g) fax machines (i) his Department, (ii) each (A) non-departmental public body, (B) executive agency and (C) other public body for which his Department is responsible in (1) Scotland, (2) Wales, (3) each of the English regions and (4) Northern Ireland owned in (x) 200304 and (y) 200405.
|(g) Fax Machines||4||1||47||4||1||46|
Letter from Dr. Jeff Llewellyn, dated 2 February 2006:
The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry has asked me to reply on behalf of the National Weights and Measures Laboratory (NWML) to your question regarding how many (a) personal computers, (b) laptops, (c) servers, (d) printers, (e) scanners, (f) photocopiers and (g) fax machines (i) his Department, (ii) each (A) non-departmental public body, (B) executive agency and (C) other public body for which his Department is responsible in (1) Scotland, (2) Wales, (3) each of the English regions and (4) Northern Ireland owned in (x) 200304 and (y) 200405.
This is a hardware list that includes laboratory equipment. It does not include network infrastructure, peripherals or software.
Letter from Ron Marchant, dated 2 February 2006:
I am responding to this parliamentary question, tabled on 20 December 2005, regarding what equipment the Patent Office owned in 200304 and 200405
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