Scottish Fiscal Commission recognises that its records are an important public asset and are a key resource in the effective operation, policy making and accountability of the Commission. Like any asset, records require careful management and this policy sets out the Commission’s responsibilities and activities about this.
Scottish Fiscal Commission has a zero tolerance approach to fraud. We will counter fraud by ensuring that a zero tolerance culture to fraud is maintained and that fraud is effectively managed at all levels in the organisation.
This section contains our Register of Interests, as set out in the Code of Conduct.
Our Memorandum of Understanding with the DWP sets out how we work together.
Our Business Plan for 20210-22 presents our priorities for the year ahead.
The page contains the minutes from meetings of the Audit and Risk Committee in 2020-21 since 4 November 2020.