Ten case studies of Common Housing Registers (CHRs) in Scotland exploring the experiences of partners and identifying key issues in developing, implementing and operating CHRs.
Public Health Institute of Scotland's Autistic Spectrum Disorder Needs Assessment Report: Scottish Executive Report on Implementation and Next Steps (February 2006)
STATUS - INVITED TO SUBMIT STAGE 2 BID - To establish a Scottish Scientific Service, joining up scientific services laboratories operated by Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow councils into a unified organisation.
STATUS - INVITED TO SUBMIT STAGE 2 BID - To remove duplication of data provided to Further Education Colleges, particularly with data entry, not only inter but also intra institution.
STATUS - INVITED TO SUBMIT TO SUMIT A STAGE 2 BID - To design a standardised recruitment process for 4 Scottish Police Forces with potential to expand, aligning all 8 Scottish forces through one common process while building and implementing and off site shared recruitment services model and organisation.
Responses to Consultation on Digital Inclusion Policy Review.
STATUS - UNSUCCESSFUL - To provide a centralised CCTV system deployed to meet the strategic and operational requirements of all the partners.
This report provides details on the progress of the second round of the Modernising Government Programme
Review of Building Standards - Section 4
Scottish Executive progress report on "A Science Strategy for Scotland 2001"
consultation document on Seeds RLE Regs 1985
Publication of Housing Trends in Scotland: Quarter Ending 30 Sept 2005
Pupil Census September 2005 Results
Scottish Household Survey Quarter 3 Release 2005
The recommendations of a research project on the future of unpaid care in Scotland
This report aims to provide SEERAD with a comprehensive review of the literature on conservation contract design and the use of auctions in agri-environmental policy and natural resource management.
Shows the trends in vehicle-kilometres, passenger journeys and receipts; describes the availability of services and people's use of and views on them, particularly the use of buses for commuting.
This consultation is seeking views on proposals to promote and facilitate the use of electronic communications to enable more effective and efficient service delivery.
Performance Inspection of Angus Council Department of Social Work and Health - Report
Performance Inspection of Angus Council Department of Social Work and Health - Summary