This is the Records Management Plan for the Scottish Government and confirms our records management policy and the retention schedules applied to our information. It also confirms our commitment to digitise our records going forward.
The new experimental statistics on “Children in families with limited resources across Scotland 2014-2016” provide estimates of the proportion of children in combined low income and material deprivation by council area and household characteristics.
Analysis of the responses to the consultation on the support to be provided to victims of slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour
This guidance provides a framework within which agencies and practitioners can develop and agree processes for working collaboratively and individually to promote the safety and wellbeing of women and girls and supplements agencies and organisations own policies and procedures on FGM.
Making it Easier, builds on what we’ve learned so far about health literacy. It moves us closer to removing barriers and preventing them being put there in the first place. It will improve how we design and deliver services for the future. It is a cornerstone of Realistic Medicine’s drive to better support people’s needs through shared decision-making.
Consultation on the Proposed Introductions of Mandatory Sheep Carcase Classification and Price Reporting
Following the same approach as Scotland’s National Action Plan for Human Rights (SNAP)
Between 30 June and 29 September 2017, the Scottish Government undertook a public consultation on statutory guidance for local authorities on how to fulfil the requirements of Part 8 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015, which places new duties on local authorities in relation to Common Good property.
This leaflet explains the benefits of getting enough Vitamin D for infants from birth to six months and provides advice and support for healthcare professionals.
The Equally Safe Delivery Plan will help to ensure that the ambitions of the Equally Safe Strategy are rooted in practical delivery that makes a tangible difference to the lives of women, girls, children and young people. Both the Strategy and the Delivery Plan continue to complement and contribute to a range of other Government initiatives, including the Action Plan for a Fairer Scotland, the Justice Strategy and the Trafficking and Exploitation Strategy.
The NHSScotland Chief Executive's Annual Report 2016/17 presents an assessment of the performance of NHSScotland in 2016/17 and describes key achievements and outcomes.
This report provides a summary of the responses to the Consultation on the Socio-Economic Duty , and of what the Scottish Government plans to do as a result.
This easy read version of the report provides a summary of the responses to the Consultation on the Socio-Economic Duty , and of what the Scottish Government plans to do as a result.
The first annual progress report on the Fairer Scotland Action Plan, published on 5 October 2016.
This document contains three distinct evidence papers, which supported formulation of the Enterprise and Skills Review Phase 2 Report into Enterprise and Business Support.
The Condition Core Fact guidance has been prepared for reporting on the condition of the School Estate. This Core Fact on condition is part of a suite of Core Facts for which data is collected annually as part of the performance management regime for the School Estate Strategy.
This guidance complements and should be read alongside the School Estate Strategy: Building Better Schools: Investing in Scotland’s Future (2009) and supersedes any earlier documents.
The following guidance has been prepared for reporting on the suitability of the School Estate. This Core Fact on suitability is part of a suite of Core Facts for data which is collected annually as part of the performance management regime for the School Estate Strategy.
The results of the PISA 2015 Assessment of Collaborative Problem Solving, showing Scotland’s results and those of other participating states
This research project was commissioned following the publication of the independent review of the Scottish planning system in 2016. It focuses on the options for an infrastructure charging mechanism. It considers the advantages and disadvantages of identified options and sets out a potential route map to implementation.