Frequently Asked Questions - How will Scotland develop its own national security regulations?
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Defence is among the most regulated of all industrial sectors, with security an important element. The Scottish Government is committed to working with NATO, the EU and the United States on key issues relating to intelligence, technologies and military/ industry relations through a period of transition. We will negotiate on behalf of the interests of Scotland’s companies to ensure arrangements are in place which support them in winning defence contracts.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.