Scotland's main economic development agency is expected to learn its fate when the government outlines its plans for the organisation.
Finance Secretary John Swinney will unveil the SNP administration's plans for Scottish Enterprise to MSPs.
The SNP, during the election, pledged to consider trimming the agency and giving it a more strategic role.
The Tories said its 12 local enterprise companies should be scrapped, with their functions handed to councils.
The SNP's Holyrood election manifesto stated that the party would consider creating a strategic "Scottish Enterprise Board", while handing responsibility for the delivery of policies to more focussed agencies.
The party also said it would protect the independence of Highlands and Islands Enterprise and consult on extending its role in helping community land buyouts to cover the whole of Scotland.
Speaking ahead of Mr Swinney's statement to the Scottish Parliament, Conservative finance spokesman Derek Brownlee said: "At the recent elections, Scottish Conservatives clearly stated that we wanted to slim down Scottish Enterprise, establish a new Scottish skills agency and abolish local enterprise companies, instead providing local authorities directly with the finance needed to serve their area.
"These measures would help to create a more dynamic and efficient enterprise network in Scotland. We will judge the minority government by these benchmarks."