§ Mr. Andrew Turner
To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in what percentage of CSA cases where the resident parent is(a) a private client and (b) not a private client, (i) the non-resident parent paying regular child maintenance and (ii) the identity and contact details of the non-resident parent are known to the agency. 
§ Malcolm Wicks
The administration of the Child Support Agency is a matter for the Chief Executive, Mr. Doug Smith. He will write to the hon. Member.
Letter from Mr. Doug Smith to Mr. Andrew Turner, dated November 2002:The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in replying to your recent parliamentary questions about the Child Support Agency promised a substantive reply from the Chief Executive.You ask in what percentage of Child Support Agency cases where the resident parent is (a) a private client and (b) not a private client (i) the non-resident parent paying regular child maintenance and (ii) the identity-and contact details of the nonresident parent are known to the Agency.84% of private clients and 74.8% of non private clients are, where amounts are due to be paid. in receipt of child maintenance payments. Unfortunately, we do not collect details of the number of non-resident parents where we have contact details.