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The Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2012

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Cabinet Office

  • Office of the Parliamentary Counsel

  • National School of Government

Central Office of Information

Charity Commission

Department for Constitutional Affairs

  • Boundary Commission for England

  • Circuit Offices and Crown, County and Combined Courts (England and Wales)

  • Combined Tax Tribunal

  • Council on Tribunals

  • Court of Appeal- Criminal

  • Immigration Appellate Authorities

  • Immigration Adjudicators

  • Immigration Appeals Tribunal

  • Lands Tribunal

  • Law Commission

  • Legal Aid Fund (England and Wales)

  • Office of the Social Security Commissioners

  • Pensions Appeal Tribunals

  • Public Trust Office

  • Supreme Court Group (England and Wales)

  • Transport Tribunal

Department for Culture, Media and Sport

  • British Library

  • British Museum

  • Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment

  • The Gambling Commission

  • Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England (English Heritage)

  • Imperial War Museum

  • Museums, Libraries and Archives Council

  • National Gallery

  • National Maritime Museum

  • National Portrait Gallery

  • Natural History Museum

  • Science Museum

  • Tate Gallery

  • Victoria and Albert Museum

  • Wallace Collection

Crown Prosecution Service

Crown Estate Commissioners (Vote Expenditure Only)

Department for Education and Skills

Higher Education Funding Council for England

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

  • Agricultural Dwelling House Advisory Committees

  • Agricultural Land Tribunals

  • Agricultural Wages Board and Committees

  • Cattle Breeding Centre

  • Countryside Agency

  • Plant Variety Rights Office

  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

  • Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution

Department of Health

  • Dental Practice Board

  • National Health Service Strategic Health Authorities

  • NHS Trusts

  • Prescription Pricing Authority

Department for International Development

Department for Transport

Maritime and Coastguard Agency

Department of the Procurator General and Treasury Solicitor

Legal Secretariat to the Law Officers

Department of Trade and Industry

  • Central Transport Consultative Committees

  • Competition Commission

  • Electricity Committees

  • Employment Appeal Tribunal

  • Employment Tribunals

  • Gas Consumers' Council

  • National Weights and Measures Laboratory

  • Office of Manpower Economics

  • Patent Office

  • Department for Work and Pensions

  • F1...

  • Independent Tribunal Service

  • Medical Boards and Examining Medical Officers (War Pensions)

  • Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority

  • Regional Medical Service

  • Social Security Advisory Committee

Export Credits Guarantee Department

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Wilton Park Conference Centre

Government Actuary's Department

Government Communications Headquarters

Home Office

  • HM Inspectors of Constabulary

  • Parole Board and Local Review Committees

House of Commons

House of Lords

Ministry of Defence

  • Meteorological Office

  • Defence Procurement Agency

National Archives

National Assembly for Wales

  • Higher Education Funding Council for Wales

  • Local Government Boundary Commission for Wales

  • Royal Commission for Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales

  • Valuation Tribunals (Wales)

  • Welsh National Health Service Authorities and Trusts

  • Welsh Rent Assessment Panels

National Audit Office

National Savings and Investments

Northern Ireland Assembly Commission

Northern Ireland Court Service

  • Coroners Courts

  • County Courts

  • Court of Appeal and High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland

  • Crown Court

  • Enforcement of Judgements Office

  • Legal Aid Fund

  • Magistrates' Courts

  • Pensions Appeals Tribunals

Northern Ireland, Department for Employment and Learning

Northern Ireland, Department for Regional Development

Northern Ireland, Department for Social Development

Northern Ireland, Department of Agricultural and Rural Development

Northern Ireland, Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure

Northern Ireland, Department of Education

Northern Ireland, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment

Northern Ireland, Department of the Environment

Northern Ireland, Department of Finance and Personnel

Northern Ireland, Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety

Northern Ireland, Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister

Northern Ireland Office

  • Crown Solicitor's Office

  • Department of the Director of Public Prosecutions for Northern Ireland

  • Forensic Science Laboratory of Northern Ireland

  • Office of the Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland

  • Police Service of Northern Ireland

  • Probation Board for Northern Ireland

  • State Pathologist Service

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

Rent Assessment Panels

Office of Fair Trading

Office for National Statistics

National Health Service Central Register

Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and Health Service Commissioners

Paymaster General's Office

Privy Council Office

Public Record Office

Royal Hospital, Chelsea

Royal Mint

Rural Payments Agency

Scotland, Auditor-General

Scotland, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

[F2Scotland, National Records of Scotland]

Scotland, Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer

Scotland, Registers of Scotland

The Scotland Office

The Scottish Ministers

  • Architecture and Design Scotland

  • [F3Crofting Commission]

  • Lands Tribunal for Scotland

  • National Galleries of Scotland

  • National Library of Scotland

  • National Museums of Scotland

  • Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

  • Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

  • Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council

  • Scottish Law Commission

  • [F4Common Services Agency]

  • Community Health Partnerships

  • [F5Health Boards and Special Health Boards constituted under section 2 of the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978]

  • [F6Health Improvement Scotland]

  • The Office of the Accountant of Court

  • High Court of Justiciary

  • Court of Session

  • HM Inspectorate of Constabulary

  • Parole Board for Scotland

  • Pensions Appeal Tribunals

  • Scottish Land Court

  • Sheriff Courts

  • F7...

  • F7...

  • Office of the Social Security Commissioners

  • The private rented housing panel and private rented housing committees constituted under Schedule 4 to the Rent (Scotland) Act 1984

The Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body


HM Revenue and Customs

The Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office

HM Treasury

United Kingdom Debt Management Office

The Wales Office (Office of the Secretary of State for Wales)

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