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Thursday 23 March 2017

Annual Report

The National Archives of Scotland (NAS) was established on 1 April 1993 as a Scottish Government Agency. The sponsoring department is Tourism, Culture and Sport Division within the Scottish Government Education Department.

The NAS is headed by the Keeper of the Records of Scotland, who is responsible to the Scottish Ministers for its management, performance and future development, within the terms of the Framework Document. The Keeper is also responsible to the Lord President of the Court of Session for the efficient management of the court and other legal records in Scotland.

The annual report of the NAS is known as the 'Annual Report of the Keeper of the Records of Scotland'. Below you can read reports from 1999-2000 onwards.

From 1 April 2011, the General Register Office for Scotland merged with the NAS to become the National Records of Scotland (NRS).

H.M General Register House

NRS Annual Reports and Accounts

Annual Report and Accounts 2011-2012 - Acrobat PDF 1,292KB, new window

NAS Annual reports

Annual Report 2006-2007 - Acrobat PDF 2014KB, new window
Annual Report 2005-2006 - Acrobat PDF 3474KB, new window
Annual Report 2004-2005 - Acrobat PDF 869KB, new window
Annual Report 2003-2004 - Acrobat PDF 1056KB, new window
Annual Report 2002-2003 - Acrobat PDF 3432KB, new window
Annual Report 2001-2002 - Acrobat PDF 1392KB, new window
Annual Report 2000-2001 - Acrobat PDF 2359KB, new window
Annual Report 1999-2000 - Acrobat PDF 1195KB, new window

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