List of .gov.uk websites

John Cross made this Freedom of Information request to Central Office of Information

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Central Office of Information did not have the information requested.

Dear Central Office of Information,

1. Please can you provide a list of domain names ending ".gov.uk" that are currently valid.

2. If the above information is contained in a table or database please provide all the data in the list or database which could include the name of the public authority.

3. Please could you provide all documentation held in respect of the domain name: www.duchyofcornwall.gov.uk

Yours faithfully,

John Cross

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I blogged about this here: http://confirm-or-deny.blogspot.com/2009...

David Pullinger, Central Office of Information

Dear Mr Cross,

Your FOI request has been passed to my team and I wish to ensure that you
can get the information you require. It would help to have a conversation
to understand fully what you are after (for example your definition of
'valid'), rather than direct you to information that is different to what
you would find most useful. For example, currently valid .gov.uk
registrations include all archived sites (so that links continue to work);
all local and regional government, including devolved administrations; and
all defensive registrations to help cope with alternative ways of
referring to organisations or common misspellings.

Please feel free to call and arrange a time to speak about this, my
numbers are below.

Kind regards,

David Pullinger
[1][email address]
Head of Digital Policy
Central Office of Information
Hercules House
7 Hercules Road
London SE1 7DU
020 7261 8513
07788 872321

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Dear David Pullinger,
You wrote:

"It would help to have a conversation to understand fully what you are after (for example your definition of 'valid'), rather than direct you to information that is different to what you would find most useful. For example, currently valid .gov.uk registrations include all archived sites (so that links continue to work); all local and regional government, including devolved administrations; and all defensive registrations to help cope with alternative ways of referring to organisations or common misspellings."

Please can you interpret my request for valid registrations as including the archived sites, defensive registrations, local, regional and central government.

As I consider this to be the ordinary and natural meaning of the words in my request I hope you will not treat this as a "time extending clarification" for the purposes of the regulations.

Yours sincerely,

John Cross

David Pullinger, Central Office of Information

Dear Mr Cross,

Thank you for your email and clarification. This is not being, and will
not be, treated as a time-extending clarification.

Yours sincerely,

David Pullinger

David Pullinger
[1][email address]
Head of Digital Policy
Central Office of Information
Hercules House
7 Hercules Road
London SE1 7DU
020 7261 8513
07788 872321

Twitter #digigov and blogs: [2]www.coi.gov.uk/blogs/digigov

>>> John Cross <[FOI #24360 email]> 14/12/2009
20:04 >>>
Dear David Pullinger,
You wrote:

"It would help to have a conversation to understand fully what you
are after (for example your definition of 'valid'), rather than
direct you to information that is different to what you would find
most useful. For example, currently valid .gov.uk registrations
include all archived sites (so that links continue to work); all
local and regional government, including devolved administrations;
and all defensive registrations to help cope with alternative ways
of referring to organisations or common misspellings."

Please can you interpret my request for valid registrations as
including the archived sites, defensive registrations, local,
regional and central government.

As I consider this to be the ordinary and natural meaning of the
words in my request I hope you will not treat this as a "time
extending clarification" for the purposes of the regulations.

Yours sincerely,

John Cross

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Dear David Pullinger,
Please could you respond to my Freedom of Information Act request as soon as possible. It would appear the timetable for responding to requests set out in the Act has been exceeded.

Yours sincerely,

John Cross

David Pullinger, Central Office of Information

Dear Mr Cross,

I do apologise if you have not received a response. I certainly sent this
some weeks ago through the system and will chase this up.

Kind regards,

David Pullinger

David Pullinger
[1][email address]
Head of Digital Policy
Central Office of Information
Hercules House
7 Hercules Road
London SE1 7DU
020 7261 8513
07788 872321

Twitter #digigov and blogs: [2]www.coi.gov.uk/blogs/digigov

>>> John Cross <[FOI #24360 email]> 09/01/2010
13:13 >>>
Dear David Pullinger,
Please could you respond to my Freedom of Information Act request
as soon as possible. It would appear the timetable for responding
to requests set out in the Act has been exceeded.

Yours sincerely,

John Cross

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FOI Officer, Central Office of Information

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Dear Mr Cross

Firstly, please accept my apologies any delay that you have experienced in
receiving your response. I have attached a copy of our response.

Grateful if you could confirm receipt.

Kind regards
Glynn

Glynn Morgan
FOI Officer
Central Office of Information
Hercules House
Hercules Road
London
SE1 7DU
Tel 020 7928-2345
Fax 020 7928 5037

"This communication is confidential and copyright. Anyone coming into
unauthorised possession of it should disregard its content and erase it
from their records."
This communication is confidential and copyright.
Anyone coming into unauthorised possession of it should disregard its
content and erase it from their records.

The original of this email was scanned for viruses by Government Secure
Intranet (GSi) virus scanning service supplied exclusively by Cable &
Wireless in partnership with MessageLabs.
On leaving the GSI this email was certified virus free.
The MessageLabs Anti Virus Service is the first managed service to achieve
the CSIA Claims Tested Mark (CCTM Certificate Number 2006/04/0007), the UK
Government quality mark initiative for information security products and
services. For more information about this please visit www.cctmark.gov.uk

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