§ Mr. Geoffrey Finsberg
asked the Minister for the Civil Service at what level the United Kingdom is represented on the Intergovernmental Council for Automatic Data Processing; when the last meeting was held; when a United Kingdom representative was last in the chair; what was the United Kingdom subscription in the year 1976–77; and in what publication the annual report of the work of the organisation is available.
§ Mr. Charles R. Morris
The United Kingdom is represented on the International Council for Automatic Data Processing in Government Administration, formerly known as the Intergovernmental Council for Automatic Data Processing, by an assistant secretary, who is the council's current chairman. The last meeting of the full council was held in September 1977. The annual subscription to the council is $1,000 and has been paid each year by the United Kingdom. Details of the council's activities are to be found in its journalICA Information, which may be obtained from the editor.