Consultation on proposals for a Scottish Climate Change Bill
Consultation on Proposals for a Scottish Climate Change Bill: Consultation covering letter
Delivering key performance priorities within the Health Directorates and HEAT framework through, (development and delivery of national improvement programmes that support specific HEAT targets, provision of an on-line Continuous Improvement Toolkit, leading service innovation initiatives, providing help where performance challenges are identified, develop capacity and capability for continuous improvement through training and educational events in technical and behavioural change management).
This partial Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) has been carried out on the proposals for a Scottish Climate Change Bill.
Review of Specialised Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Services in Scotland: Project Working Group Report
Supporting People Matters: Issue 26, January 2008
The Full SP: Supporting People: Issue 26, January 2008
The Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth, John Swinney, commissioned a Review of public sector Asset Management which, in the first instance, should focus only on the Scottish Government estate. The aim was to consider the current status and quality of the management of our buildings and land. In doing so the Review has sought to establish the facts and identify the anomalies, weaknesses and opportunities to bring about the more efficient and effective use of of our estate.
outline of the Scottish Government's strategy to tackle fraud within and against the NHS in Scotland.
Details of publishing date
Information note advising stakeholders of developments in MAPPA implementation
Inspectorate of Prosecution Report on Complaints Against the Police
Complaints Against the Police: Executive Summary
A literature review of recycling policies across 13 international jurisdictions, drawing out the salient comparative aspects of waste strategies that have achieved the highest recycling rates, for Scotland to learn from.
Have your say on the future for food in Scotland
Gross Domestic Product for Scotland. Quarter 3 2007
Participation Statement Update January 2008.
The objective of this report is to use comparative information improve mental health services from a basis of common understanding.
This report gives the results of a separate analysis for Scotland of literacy and numeracy data collected in the 1970 British Cohort Study at age 34. It relates performance in these skills to a wide range of other features of Scottish cohort members' lives.