The National Fraud Initiative in Scotland


The National Fraud Initiative in Scotland

The security and transparency of Scotland’s public finances have been strengthened after a national data-sharing exercise found nearly £17million of fraud and error across services.

Oral evidence session - 1 December 2016

The Committee took evidence from Audit Scotland on the above report. Please read the Official Report 1 December 2016 (580KB pdf)

The Committee agreed to write to various organisations to follow up issues raised in the report and to undertake Post-legislative Scrutiny on the relevant provisions of The Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010. The Committee agreed its approach to this piece of post-legislative scrutiny at its meeting on 26 January 2017 - full details are available at the dedicated webpage to this work

Meeting correspondence and follow-up

* - SLGP letter also includes response to the Committee's post-legislative scrutiny work in this area.

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