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Showing 2040 publications about Economy

  1. Growth sector statistics

    Key statistics on Scotland’s growth sectors.

    Part of:
    Business and innovation statistics
  2. Electronic purchasing card: policy

    Information about policy in relation to our electronic purchasing card (ePC).

  3. Electronic purchasing card: user guide for card controllers

    Electronic purchasing (ePC) user guide for card controllers.

  4. Electronic purchasing card: user guide for card holders

    User guide for holders of the Scottish Government electronic purchasing card (ePC).

  5. Unlocking the Value of Public Sector Data for Public Benefit minutes: May 2022

    Minutes from the third meeting of the Independent Expert Group for the Unlocking the Value of Scotland's Public Sector Personal Data Programme, held on 25 May 2022.

  6. National Strategy for Economic Transformation: easy read version

    Easy read version of our plan setting out the priorities for Scotland’s economy.

  7. Enterprise and Skills Strategic Board: key achievements and lessons

    This publication covers the key achievements of the Enterprise and Skills Strategic Board (ESSB) and their lessons for enhancing delivery. This will help inform the National Strategic for Economic Transformation (NSET) Delivery Board.

  8. Marine Fund Scotland 2022-23: general guidance notes

    General guidance notes for prospective applicants to the Marine Fund Scotland 2022-23, including information on who can apply and how to apply.

  9. Delivery Assurance Group Progress Report: Quarter 3 2021-2022

    Report summarising what has been achieved for customers against Scottish Water's Delivery Plan for the 2021 to 2027 period during the third quarter of 2021 to 2022

  10. Financial Services Growth and Development Board minutes: April 2022

    Minutes from the meeting of the Board on 25th April 2022.

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