Another troubled multi-million IT project has exposed “very serious shortcomings” in government, a former cabinet minister has said.
The chief executive of Angus Council said the local authority is “preparing for the worst and planning for the best” over Brexit.
The Queensferry Crossing project delivered value for money and was well managed according to a new report from public spending watchdog Audit Scotland.
It is the ‘cradle to grave’ health service which was created to provide free and universal access to healthcare, and has helped shape the experiences of birth, life and death for the majority of the British public since 1948.
The SNP leader in Fife has laid into Scotland’s public spending watchdog for wasting time on reporting the “blinding obvious” challenges facing councils.
The Scottish Government failed to clearly estimate the full cost of seizing control of 11 key welfare powers from Westminster, the Auditor General has warned.
A flagship SNP policy to increase free childcare faces roll-out delays and escalating costs, warns Scotland’s public spending watchdog.
Dundee and Fife have the lowest levels of cash reserves in the country leaving council services across the region “dangerously exposed”.
NHS Tayside's financial woes have deepened with confirmation the cash-strapped health board needs to find an extra £1 million to achieve its targeted savings.
NHS Tayside is racking up a monthly overspend of more than £1m as bosses try to find £200m of savings by 2022.