About

mygov.scot is the place for people in Scotland to access public services that are easy to find and simple to use – services so convenient, people choose digital first.

A citizen led site

We aim to work closely and in partnership with public sector organisations to put user needs at the forefront of service delivery and design.

Feedback

mygov.scot will continue to release information and tools that make it easier for people to access public services and content will be added as new services join mygov.scot. The live service will evolve through ongoing user feedback and analysis. We want your feedback on how we can improve things.

Freedom of Information

People have a legal right to access information held by public authorities - if you want to find out more about FoI requests please visit the FoI page on gov.scot.

Archive

We aim to keep mygov.scot content up to date and accurate. This means that we remove content when we no longer think it meets the needs of users. If you're looking to view past versions of this site you can access archives which are maintained by:

You may use and re-use the information featured on this website (not including logos) free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government Licence.

Any enquiries regarding the use and re-use of this information resource should be sent to: psi@nationalarchives.gsi.gov.uk

Re-using third party material

Any material on this site which is identified as the copyright of a third party is not covered by Crown copyright. This may be the case with some photographs. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned. The copyright status of items can be checked in advance of use by contacting contentupdates@gov.scot.

Further information

For further information on Crown copyright policy and licensing arrangements, see the National Archives guidance.

Latest news

For all the latest news, and to keep up to date on the mygov.scot development, visit our blog at the Scottish Government's Digital blog.

You can also follow us on Twitter @mygovscot.