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Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act (FOISA) came into force in 2002 and was introduced to make information held by public bodies more accessible. The main provisions of this Act came into force on 1st January 2005 allowing anyone to access information held by Scottish public authorities. The Scottish Public Pensions Agency has a duty to comply with FOISA and reply to FOI requests within 20 working days.

Since 2012 SPPA has used an online guide to information, in line with the Scottish Information Commissioner's model publication scheme, to illustrate the work of our organisation and the information we routinely publish.

Our Guide to Information

  1. About the SPPA
  2. How we deliver our functions and services
  3. How we make decisions
  4. What we spend and how we spend it
  5. How we manage our human, physical and information resources
  6. How we procure goods and services from external providers
  7. How we are performing
8. Commercial Publications
9. Our Open Data

Detailed information on how to exercise your rights under the Act is available from the Scottish Information Commissioner.

Freedom of Information - The Scottish Government's Six Principles

Link to Scottish Government Website