Holyrood's Salmond inquiry said it does not want to see files the former FM complained would 'malign his reputation'.
Ruth Davidson branded as 'absurd' the FM's claim she forgot an encounter which discussed allegations against Alex Salmond.
The First Minister has submitted evidence to Holyrood's Alex Salmond inquiry.
SNP chief Peter Murrell is alleged to have sent messages that suggest 'pressurising' police over the Alex Salmond case.
Oliver Mundell accused the FM of lying to parliament when she pledged full transparency to Holyrood's Salmond inquiry.
Convener Linda Fabiani said the committee is 'completely frustrated with the lack of evidence' it has received.
But former permanent secretary Sir Peter Housden said there were 'no indication at any stage' of sexual misconduct.
Alex Salmond's legal team blasts the Scottish Government for providing 'partial and incomplete evidence'.
Thirty civil servants have raised concerns or complaints about ministers since 2010, union chief says.
Permanent secretary Leslie Evans was asked if female staff had been advised not to be alone with the former FM.
Sturgeon was quizzed on the issue at First Minister's Questions as she pledged to fully comply with the Holyrood inquiry.
Permanent secretary Leslie Evans denies harassment policy was 'engineered' to target the former FM.
Scotland's top civil servant Leslie Evans is due to give evidence before MSPs in Tuesday's opening session.
Both Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond will speak to a Holyrood inquiry into the handling of harassment complaints.
Potential witnesses in Holyrood's inquiry include Nicola Sturgeon, her husband Peter Murrell and Alex Salmond.