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The London accommodation programme has enabled 2,200 staff to move to the new headquarters building 102 Petty France, from four building across London. Not only is this helping to promote closer working and meet our sustainable development targets but, as we make better use of the headquarters building in future, 102 Petty France will save the Department £10 million a year.
The Criminal Justice System Exchange infrastructureexpenditure for 2007-08 was £4.2 million.
The NOMIS Programme to upgrade IT across the National Offender Management Service will provide Her Majestys Prison Service and National Probation Service staff with improved access to information to support end-to-end offender management processes. Expenditure for 2007-08 was £63.2 million, which included the main costs of developing and implementing new applications, infrastructure costs and supporting the live services.
In addition, the Ministry of Justices other main IT services are provided through contracts with external suppliers. These contracts include provision for regular maintenance and upgrade of the infrastructures and applications to keep systems up to date and to improve business efficiency. The costs of upgrades are included
in the overall contract expenditure and could not be identified separately without incurring disproportionate cost.
Paul Holmes: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many (a) memory sticks, (b) laptop computers, (c) desktop computers, (d) hard drives and (e) mobile telephones were (i) lost by and (ii) stolen from his Department in each year since its inception. 
Four of the 11 laptops reported lost were subsequently recovered. Another one of those lost went missing in delivery and was never used. Records of mobile telephone losses are not held centrally and the aforementioned numbers reported have been taken from available records.
Mrs. May: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice for which Government websites his Department is responsible; how many visitors each received in the last period for which figures are available; and what the cost of maintaining each site was in that period. 
Visitor statistics for the www.justice.gov.uk site between May 2007-March 2008 were 2,472,269. Visitor statistics for the other sites are not collected centrally and cannot be provided without incurring disproportionate costs.
Central contracts cover the provision for most of the Ministrys websites and include the cost of maintenance, web hosting and support. The running costs for this period were approximately £2 million. This does not include staff costs as this information is not held centrally and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost.
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