Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 allows any member of the public to request information from a public authority, such as NHS National Services Scotland. The Act promotes general access to information by recognising that the public have a right to understand how public authorities are organised, what services they provide, and the reasons behind their business decisions. The Act encourages us to be open and accountable and to organise information so that it is easily accessible to anyone who requests it.
To make a formal information request, or to browse our Freedom of Information (FOI) Disclosure Log, or simply to find out more, please visit the NHS National Services Scotland FOI pages.