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The Scottish Commission for Public Audit

is not formally a parliamentary committee. The Commission was established under Section 12 of the Public Finance and Accountability (Scotland) Act 2000 and is made up of 5 MSPs.

The main areas of responsibility of the Commission are:

(a) to examine Audit Scotland's proposals for the use of resources and expenditure and report on them to the Parliament;

(b) to appoint a qualified person to audit the accounts of Audit

(c) to lay before the Parliament and publish a copy of Audit Scotland’s accounts and the auditor's report on them;

(d) to appoint three of the five members of Audit Scotland’s board on such terms and conditions as the SCPA determines;

(e) to appoint one of the these three members as chair of Audit Scotland’s board.

If you wish to find out information about previous activities of the Scottish Commission for Public Audit, please see the Session 1 and Session 2 SCPA Archive.


Hugh Henry

For further information on the Commission's current and past membership, follow this link. Information on how to contact the can be found on the Contact Details page.

Completed Business


Appointment of Chair to Audit Scotland's Board


Audit Scotland's Budget Proposal for 2011-12


Audit Scotland's Budget Proposal for 2010-11


Audit Scotland's Budget Proposal for 2009-10


Review of the corporate governance of Audit Scotland

Audit Scotland Accounts

Commission Meetings

Next Meeting:

Last Meeting: 3rd Meeting, Wednesday 17 November 2010

Previous Meetings

Commission Reports

Recent Commission Reports:

Previous Reports.