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Freedom of Information
You have statutory rights to access information held by public authorities, which are also required to proactively publish information.
For advice on how to access information held by the Scottish Government and its agencies, as well as information about the legislation and the policy background, please see the Freedom of Information section on the Scottish Government website.
If you wish to make a request concerning SASA’s work under either the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 or the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004, please email your enquiry to: email@example.com or use the contact details to be found on the right of this screen.
You may find the information you require is already publicly available through this website – try the search or navigation options available on the right of this screen (see the How to use this website page for help) and also check out the Resources section for example. If you prefer to have the information in printed format this is usually possible on request from firstname.lastname@example.org or through the contact details to be found on the right of this screen.
SASA became part of the Scottish Government in April 2008, so for information in the following areas please see the A-Z of Scottish Government information and the Scottish Government's Guide to Information:
- financial management
- human resources
- information technology
For other information relating to SASA as an agency (the Scottish Agricultural Science Agency) prior to April 2008, you may find what you are looking for in the SASA annual reports or other publications listed in the Resources section.