Report: How government works in Scotland

November 7, 2002 by Auditor General

A major reference work which maps out the responsibilities and accountabilities of public bodies in Scotland has been published by the Auditor General for Scotland. The report, How government works in Scotland, illustrates for the first time since devolution how the organisation of government in Scotland is arranged, and how public servants are held accountable to the new Scottish Parliament and to the electorate. It covers over 200 organisations which play a part in the lives of people in Scotland.

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