Details of the number of staff currently employed to work for Fair Start Scotland, broken down by job title/area.
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|Lot/Area||Local Authority||Total amount
|Lot 1 - Glasgow||Glasgow||55|
|Lot 2 - Lanarkshire||N Lanarkshire
|Lot 3 - Tayside||Angus
Perth and Kinross
|Lot 4 - Forth Valley||Falkirk
|Lot 5 - East||City of Edinburgh
|Lot 6 - South West||North Ayrshire
|Lot 7 - North East||Aberdeen City
|Lot 8 - Highlands and Islands||Argyll and Bute
|Lot 9 - West||E Renfrewshire
*Not all staff members are FTE (Full-Time Equivalent)
|Scottish Government||Total amount of staff|
|Fair Start Scotland Service
Design & Delivery Team*
*There are a number of SG staff who do not directly fall under FSS remit but who contribute to FSS on an adhoc basis. This includes staff working within Comms, Statistics, Research, Business Support and Finance Teams.
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The Scottish Government
St Andrews House
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