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Thursday 23 March 2017

Corporate plan


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 NAS Corporate Plan sets out the functions, aims and objectives of the Department and specifies the standards to which NAS will undertake its work and the resources required for that work.

Corporate plan 2010-2011 to 2012-2013
(Corporate plan 2010/2011to 2012-2013- Acrobat PDF 117KB, new window)

Corporate plan 2009-2010
(Corporate plan 2009/2010 - Acrobat PDF 188KB, new window)

Corporate plan 2008-2009
(Corporate plan 2008/2009 - Acrobat PDF 105KB, new window)

Corporate plan 2007-2008
(Corporate Plan 2007/2008 - Acrobat PDF 127KB, new window)

Corporate plan 2006-2007
(Corporate Plan 2006/2007 - Acrobat PDF 136KB, new window)

H.M General Register House

Quarterly reports on Corporate Plan 2006-2007

(Record Services Division, April-June 2006 - Acrobat PDF 51KB, new window)
(Corporate Services Division, April-June 2006 - Acrobat PDF 104KB, new window)

Corporate Plan 2003 onwards

(Corporate Plan and quarterly reports 2005-6)
(Corporate Plan and quarterly reports 2004-5)
(Corporate Plan and quarterly reports 2003-4)
(Corporate Plan and quarterly reports 2002-3)
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