§ Mr. Bercow
To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (1) what recent assessment he has made of 891W whether the PSA target that 25 per cent. of all business transactions should be capable of being carried out electronically by 2002 will be met on time; 
(2) what recent assessment he has made of whether the child support scheme targets for accuracy of payment arrangements and the level of compliance will be achieved by April 2003; 
(3) what recent assessment he has made of whether the PSA target that a new assessment of liability to pay child support maintenance shall be completed within seven weeks will be met by the end of 2002; 
(4) what recent assessment he has made of whether the PSA target to reduce benefit losses from fraud and error in income support and jobseeker's allowance by 10 per cent. by March 2002 will be met; 
(5) which public service agreement targets scheduled to be met in 2002 will not be achieved by the due date. 
§ Mr. Nicholas Brown
Progress against PSA targets is set out each year in the departmental report. The 2001 report, Cm 5115, sets out our progress against the PSA targets for the period April 2000–01. The 2002 report will set out our progress for the period April 2001–02.