FIFE Council will agree its new administration this morning at the meeting of the authority this morning.
The Council meeting begins at 10am and during the course of the meeting members will be asked to agree a new scheme of administration.
This will involve the Labour and SNP groups, the two largest on the council.
The new set-up seems certain to see SNP leader David Alexander and Labour's David Ross put together an administration.
It is also likely that some of the SNP and Labour members of the Cowdenbeath Area Committee will be involved in the new ruling set-up.
After the council having had no administration since the elections two weeks ago the new look set-up will be anxious to get down the business.