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  • the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency in Swansea, Wales

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  • "The DVLA is a major local employer and it is welcome that the Conservative-led Coalition is seeking to consolidate DVLA operations in South Wales."

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The DVLA has been a Government agency since 1990 and keeps driver and vehicle records.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Can you identify risks you'd otherwise missed (such as DVLA's dinosaur thinking), or does it uncover new ideas or alternative ways of doing things (to bring out a cheesy quote from Benjamin Franklin "out of adversity comes opportunity").

    Planet TW

  • He said that according to DVLA figures the UK currently has 29m registered cars on the road, and cited a report by New Scientist which said many were used for less than an hour a day!

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  • The document points out that other parts of government, such as the DVLA, had increased the use of online services, but the DWP is dealing with a different client group.

    DWP has no clear plan for online services

  • And it's on the Tuesday morning that the DVLA write,

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • So why are the DVLA encouraging people to use their online services by offering each and every month as prizes Spanish built Seat Leon cars?

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Gang members possibly should, Duncan Smith suggested, receive a knock on the door once a day from the police and arms of government such as the TV licensing offices, tax authorities and DVLA.Children out late at night would be offered places at newly created young offenders' academies to "take the anger out of their lives".

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  • Or they must send DVLA a ‘Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN)’ that the vehicle is off the highway and not in use. on October 19, 2009 at 8: 19 pm Olivers Army busybizzie – I wrote to the Supt in charge of vehicle procurement a couple of years ago asking for the back seats you mentioned.

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  • With notable exceptions – the DVLA, the passport service and the crown courts, for instance – British public services are not seen as being at the cutting edge in the application of new technology, even though they spend £16bn a year on it.

    Why IT hasn't worked for government

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