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PSIF was launched in September 2006, with six organisations identified to take part in Phase One of the roll-out: City of Edinburgh Council; Stirling Council and Clackmannanshire Council (based on certain shared services); Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue; Strathclyde Fire and Rescue; Scottish University for Industry (Learndirect Scotland).
PSIF has developed significantly over the years as it has been updated to remain relevant for the public sector in Scotland. As well as the standard PSIF statement set, there is now numerous other PSIF statement sets for areas such as Community Planning and Health and Social Care.
The table below shows the organisations and partnerships using or used the PSIF since 2015.
|Standard PSIF Statements||PSIF for Community Planning||PSIF for Health and Social Care|
|City of Edinburgh Council||Angus CPP||Argyll & Bute IJB|
|Clackmannanshire Council||Argyll & Bute CPP||Chester Park Care Home|
|Comhairle nan Eilean Siar||Community Planning Improvement Board||Clackmannanshire and Stirling Chief Officers Group|
|COSLA||Dundee CPP||Craigieknowes Care Home|
|Dumfries and Galloway Council||Dundee City Council Administration||Dundee Adult Protection Committee|
|Dundee City Council||East Ayrshire CPP||Dundee Child Protection Committee|
|Falkirk Council||East Dunbartonshire CPP||Shetland HSPC|
|Fife Council||East Lothian CPP|
|The Highland Council||Fife CPP|
|Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland||Highland CPP|
|Improvement Service||Inverclyde CPP|
|Inverclyde Council||Midlothian CPP|
|Macmillan Cancer Support||Moray CPP|
|Midlothian Council||North Lanarkshire CPP|
|The Moray Council||Outer Hebrides CPP|
|North Ayrshire Council||Renfrewshire CPP|
|North Lanarkshire Council||Shetland CPP|
|Officer of the Scottish Charity Regulator||South Lanarkshire CPP|
|Police Scotland||West Dunbartonshire CPP|
|Scottish Borders Council|
|Scottish Police Authority|
|Scottish Fire and Rescue Service|
|South Lanarkshire Council|
|West Dunbartonshire Council|
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