Public Service Reform (Scotland) Act 2010
Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 came into force on 1st October 2010. The new duties of the Scottish Government and public bodies under part 3 of the Act is to publish a range of financial and other information intended to promote openness and transparency across the public sector in Scotland.
Additional financial and performance information is contained in the Annual Accounts.
Finance and Performance
|Publicity & Advertising|
|Press Advertising etc||£74,892||£33,953||£0||£0||£0|
|Advertising – Web/Online||£100||£2,495||£400||£220||£830|
|Books/leaflets – printing etc||£34,910||£15,778||£8,663||£6,082||£4,193|
|Other External Advertising|
|PR Campaigns & Events|
|Acute Services Redevelopment||£2,955||£5,265||£41,294||£1,627||£0|
|Putting You First||£0||£0||£0||£0||£0|
|All Meeting Room Hire||£6,733||£3,833||£16,242||£30,442||£35,490|
|Number of Employees||3||5||5||5||5|
|Communication Department Salaries||£125,373||£168,079||£206,846||£196,259||£224,630|
|Publicity – general||£1,442||£2,898||£348||£1,777||£1,596|
|Web & other IT costs||£2,138||£2,134||£2,141||£890||£2,391|
|Communications – Other||£900||£2,125||£2,154||£4,245||£57,427|
Publicity and Advertising – Costs associated with “corporate communications” are included in these costs and also shown separately in their section.
Corporate Communications – All employee and other expenditure included.
Expenditure on events and external meeting room hire is not recorded separately.
|Number of Trips||24||26||19||13||9|
Expenditure relates to Clinical Staff development.
Full cost of trip from departure to return where funded by the Board.
Costs include: travel, accommodation, course fees, registration fees, conference fees and other associated costs.
Some of this expenditure has been resourced from endowment funds.
Hospitality and Entertainment
|Hospitality & Entertainment||£79,569||£58,583||£33,689||£36,608||£46,086|
The Act requires the following to be disclosed: Any gifts, meals, parties, receptions, tickets for or invitations to public, sporting, cultural or other events or other similar benefits accorded by a public body to its own members or employees or third parties for whatever reason.
The Act allows for “one off” gifts of less than £25. The information above includes the provision of teas/coffees/sandwiches etc for training courses held on site.
No expenditure has been incurred in any year for the following – Client entertainment, gifts, tickets for or invitations to public, sporting, cultural or other events or other similar benefits accorded by a public body to its own members or employees or third parties for whatever reason.
|Training & Development||£19,249||£13,057||£11,786||£7,146||£1,714|
Estates now includes costs associated with the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary redevelopment
Payments over £25,000
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Members or employees who received remuneration in excess of £150,000
|Executive Board Members|
|Director of Public Health||0||0||0||0||0|
|Total Board Members||1||1||1||1||1|
|Total Senior Employees||21||23||22||30||31|
Salary, bonus or other discretionary performance payments, allowances, fees, royalties (including any relating to a prior year).
Pension, voluntary severence, compromise agreements and redundancy payments.
Number of employees is as stated in the Annual Accounts for the relevant year.
Links to the published Annual Accounts by year are included on the “Public Service Reform Act” home page. For additional data refer to the “Remuneration Report” for Executive Board Members and “Note 2(b)” for Senior Managers sections
If you have a query under Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010, please write to:
Communications/Freedom of Information Officer
Chief Executive’s Office
Mountainhall Treatment Centre
Dumfries DG1 4AP
Telephone: 01387 272752
Information can still be requested via the Freedom of Information (Scotland) 2002