The Scottish Government is to urge Westminster to give more power to Holyrood before the next General Election.
Calls for control over issues such as legislating on airguns and drink-drive limits will be outlined in a debate in the Scottish Parliament.
The UK Government set out its plan for extending devolution last month, drawing on recommendations made by the Calman Commission on devolution.
The SNP administration wants elements from this adopted "where there is consensus" before the UK goes to the polls next year.
Under the proposal, Scotland will get more control over income tax, stamp duty land tax and landfill tax and the Scottish Government would also gain new borrowing powers.
Labour said its Scotland Bill will only be put to Westminster in the next parliamentary session, and the Tories said they will ditch the plans and come up with their own proposals if they win the General Election, which must be held by June.