This shows the SG DEL Budget for the years of the current spending review, and projections beyond 2014-15 based upon forecasts from the OBR and an assumption about the future growth rate of the economy. These forecasts are based upon the current constitutional framework – i.e. continuation of the Barnett formula.
Sir Peter Housden - Scottish Government
CAMERAS Conference 2012 18 April 2012 Peter Housden Permanent Secretary
Public Services in Scotland Competence and innovation Paths not taken
Essentials in ScotlandOutcomes for individuals, families andcommunitiesStrategic alignmentAt a variety of spatial levels
Four PillarsA decisive shift towards preventionGreater integration of public services at a local leveldriven by better partnership, collaboration and effectivelocal deliveryGreater investment in the people who deliver servicesthrough enhanced workforce development and effectiveleadership; andA sharp focus on improving performance, throughgreater transparency, innovation and use of digitaltechnology
Scottish Government Civil Service Business Strategy Choices for Scotland Flavours A Scotland that works A Creative Scotland Being the Scotland we want to see People Strategy Organisational Development Workforce 2015 Improvement Programme
£ Millions (2010-11 Prices) 20,000 22,000 24,000 26,000 28,000 30,0002007/08 32,0002008/092009/102010/112011/122012/132013/142014/15 Current CSR2015/162016/17 2010/11 Prices2017/182018/192019/202020/21 Projection2021/222022/23 Scottish Government DEL Expenditure2023/24