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Scottish Parliament: Motions and Amendments: 2000 S1M-569

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S1M-569 Mr Jack McConnell (Motherwell and Wishaw) (Lab) : Modernising Government— That the Parliament notes the Scottish Executive's commitment to high quality, efficient and responsible public services; supports developments to modernise and integrate government at all levels in Scotland, and welcomes initiatives that harness information and communications technology and put citizens at the centre of government in 21st century Scotland.

Lodged on 21 February 2000; taken in the Chamber on 23 February 2000

See S1M-569.1 S1M-569.2


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S1M-569.1 Mr John Swinney (North Tayside) (SNP) : Modernising Government— As an amendment to motion S1M-569 in the name of Mr Jack McConnell (Modernising Government), insert at end "and agrees that the Scottish Executive should pursue a programme to obtain greater value from existing public expenditure in Scotland, that targets for modernisation should be set against which the Executive should be monitored to assess its performance and that the Executive should take all necessary steps to ensure open, accessible and accountable government."

Supported by: Dorothy-Grace Elder, Mr Kenny MacAskill, Mr Michael Matheson, Mr Andrew Welsh

Lodged on 22 February 2000; taken in the Chamber on 23 February 2000

See S1M-569


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S1M-569.2 Nick Johnston (Mid Scotland and Fife) (Con) : Modernising Government— As an amendment to motion S1M-569 in the name of Mr Jack McConnell (Modernising Government), insert at end "and calls upon the Scottish Executive to produce a clear model of modern and integrated yet decentralised government in Scotland, which recognises regional differences and measures quality of service."

Lodged on 22 February 2000; taken in the Chamber on 23 February 2000

See S1M-569

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Scottish Parliament: Motions and Amendments: 2000 S1M-569

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General description Motions and Amendments. See http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/business/motionsAndAmendments/index.htm

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