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ONS assisted digital service test

26 April 2017

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is testing an assisted digital service on the Isle of Wight, as part of the 2017 Census Test, ahead of the 2021 Census. 8,000 households will be invited to take part and help will be available at libraries for those that need it.

The assisted digital service test will be running until 19 May, and will collect information about how many people want to use assisted digital support, what they need help with and feedback on their experience. 

Learn more here.

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