The Scottish Budget outlines how much money has been allocated to the Scottish Government and its associated departments and agencies, such as health boards or local authorities. You can use this tool to explore the proposed budget for . It lets you see how the budget has been allocated at different levels, for example by portfolio or at level 4, the most detailed level. It also allows you to compare this year’s proposed allocations to the previous year in both cash and real terms as a percentage change.
It should be noted that the total amount for the Scottish Government’s overall budget produced by this tool is affected by the way in which the data in the tool is constructed. The tool builds up from the lowest level of the budget (level 4). At this level (and level 3), specific grants to local authorities are shown in both the local government portfolio and the originating portfolio. This means that the total amounts shown in this tool are greater than the budget.
The actual total for Scottish Government TME is £38,048m
If you have any questions about the tool, or the budget, please contact SPICe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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