TITLE

Councils set up joint mail directory

AUTHOR(S)
Shifrin, Tash
PUB. DATE
October 2004
SOURCE
Computer Weekly;10/19/2004, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that ten Staffordshire, England local authorities, together with the county's police forces, have set up a joint directory to give thousands of staff instant access to one another's contact details and e-mail links. The Joined-Up Directory, launched by the Staffordshire E-Partnership last week, displays the e-mail addresses, telephone numbers and workplace details of 12,000 staff across the 10 local authorities and allows them to e-mail one another at the click of a mouse. Police contact details and e-mail links are also included in the directory. The directory will be hosted by Staffordshire County Council, one of the partner agencies.
ACCESSION #
15011861

 

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