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2001Framework Agreement to support quinquennial reviews of non-departmental public bodies.
2007Air Ticket Booking Service
Air Ticket service£23,000 to date
Quinquennial Reviewsfive years
Air Ticket servicefour years
Quinquennial ReviewsYes. Official Journal of European Union advert issued.
Air Ticket ServiceYes. Official Journal of European Union advert issued by OGC Buying Solutions.
Quinquennial Reviews24 companies applied.
Air Ticket servicethree companies applied.
Quinquennial Reviews10 companies short-listed.
Air Ticket servicethree companies short-listed.
Quinquennial ReviewsKnowledge and Experience, Relevant Skills, Quality Management, Theme Based Expertise, References.
Air Ticket serviceAbility to provide the service to agreed standards, implementation plan of service, Quality Assurance Plans, Experience of personnel to be involved within contract, Evidence of existing customer satisfaction and service provision, Contingency planning.
Mr. Sutcliffe: My Department is already taking steps to reduce the unnecessary printing of e-mails. My Department has introduced multifunctional printing devices which allow double-sided printing as default. Staff are encouraged as part of the environmental management system to conserve paper by reducing the amount of printing generally. My Department is also introducing an electronic content management system which means that e-mails will no longer need to be printed for the Departments formal record.
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Mr. Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (1) how many (a) operating licences, (b) premises licences and (c) personal licences the Gambling Commission withdrew in each year since October 2005; 
Mr. Sutcliffe: The table shows the number of applications for operating and personal licences that were received by the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005 (the 2005 Act) and their equivalents under the previous legislation, the Gaming Act 1968 (the 1968 Act). It also shows numbers of applications which were withdrawn by applicants or declined by the Gambling Commission, and licences and certificates revoked by the Gambling Commission.
The figures for the 1968 Act relate to each financial year listed and those for the 2005 Act to the calendar year of 2007. Applications for operating and personal licences under the 2005 Act could be received from January 2007, prior to the Act coming fully into force on 1 September 2007.
Figures for premises licences under the 2005 Act are not yet available. Licensing authorities are responsible for considering and issuing gambling premises licences under the 2005 Act. They are expected to send their first annual returns to the Gambling Commission by the end of January 2008.
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