The 2018/19 audit of Disclosure Scotland

 

The 2018/19 audit of Disclosure Scotland

The Auditor General said over-optimistic assumptions were compounded by lack of financial reporting and governance of the project. 
 Caroline Gardner, Auditor General for Scotland, said:
 "I have reported on the failures of many ICT projects in recent years and set out clear principles public bodies should follow. There are lessons to be learned from Disclosure Scotland's experience with the PASS system. While the rollout in September was a significant milestone, there have been real weaknesses in control and oversight of the project.
 "The system was delivered late, over budget, and with less functionality than had been originally intended. There remains more work to be done before its full ambition, and wider transformation, is realised."

The 2018/19 audit of Disclosure Scotland

 

Oral evidence session 23 January 2020

The Committee took evidence from the Auditor General for Scotland, Audit Scotland and Scott-Moncrieff.

Meeting papers for 23 January 2020.

Minutes of meeting 23 January 2020

 

 
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