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Fife Council is subject to regular audit and inspection by a wide range of external scrutiny agencies. These agencies act on behalf of the Scottish Government.
The National Scrutiny Plan for Local Government sets out the work that Scotland’s external scrutiny agencies will carry out with councils. It is supported by Assurance and Improvements Plans (AIPs) for each of the 32 Scottish local authorities. Each AIP is the product of an annual Shared Risk Assessment (SRA) undertaken by a Local Area Network that is made up of representatives from the relevant scrutiny agencies for the local authority.
A copy of the latest Fife Council Assurance & Improvement Plan can be found on the Audit Scotland website or in the publications list below.
You can find out more about the scrutiny agencies on their own websites:
There is an ongoing internal audit programme to: