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The Scottish Government

The devolved government for Scotland has a range of responsibilities which include: health, education, justice, rural affairs, housing and the environment. Some powers are reserved to the UK government and include: immigration, the constitution, foreign policy and defence.

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techUK

techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow

Every day, digital technology is pushing the boundaries on what we can achieve. This is opening up new horizons and presenting new challenges. techUK brings together companies, people and organisations who share our purpose to ensure digital technology is used wisely to build a stronger society and economy and ensure a sustainable future.

techUK is committed to helping its members and the sector grow.

It does this by helping members to: 

Develop markets

techUK works with its members to identify and advance innovation in the key markets representing the most significant opportunities for growth both domestically and internationally.

Develop relationships and networks

techUK helps companies broaden their network, build connections and deepen relationships with potential customers, partners and suppliers.

Reduce business costs & risk

techUK works with our members to identify and help shape key policy issues to optimise our industry's economic potential–both domestically and overseas.

techUK affords unique insights on key issues to help members make more informed decisions—and ensure a competitive edge in their markets.

ScotlandIS

The home of expert software, telecomms and IT services businesses, our members will help you optimise your ICT investment.

ScotlandIS, the trade body for the ICT industry, has a remit to raise the profile of the industry, lobby policy makers on relevant issues and support our members. 

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Socitm Scotland

Socitm is the professional body for people involved in the leadership and management of IT and digitally enabled services delivered for public benefit.

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Holyrood magazine

Holyrood magazine is widely recognised as the leading publication for political and policy news in Scotland, consistently delivering up to date news and advance intelligence.​

According to the most recent Ipsos MORI readership poll, Holyrood is the most popular print title amongst MSPs with 79% or four out of five reading it regularly ahead of The Herald and Scotland on Sunday with 73% and 67% respectively.

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Holyrood Connect

A Holyrood magazine quarterly offering unrivaled insight, analysis and interviews with ICT leaders. The series of Holyrood Connect conferences offer an unparalleled forum for debate and discussion of the most important issues facing ICT professionals. Conferences in this series include Cloud, Mobile Working, Big Data, Cyber Security and the flagship 'Connect' annual Conference and Awards.