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With the public sector in Wales continuing to face significant financial, demand and workforce pressures, the plan outlines the vital role of Audit Wales in supporting good governance, financial management, ensuring value for money and identifying early warnings of problems arising.

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The Auditor General for Wales has called for a bold vision for public services in Wales if it is to shift from a spiral of short-term firefighting to future proofing and long-term sustainability.

Senedd, Welsh Government

The Senedd is looking to appoint two Non-Executive Members to the Wales Audit Office Board, to commence in June 2024 and October 2024.

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Our report focuses on the many barriers facing councils and their partners, but also highlight opportunities to learn from elsewhere to help overcome the housing emergency through sustainable development of disused sites.

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Audit Wales extends congratulations to the Chair of the Wales Audit Office Board, Dr Kathryn Chamberlain, on being awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the New Year Honours List 2024.

Kate Chamberlain


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Our goal is to be a well-run, accountable and respected organisation that is a great place to work.

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We want Audit Wales to be a place where people are proud to work and enjoy what they do - an engaged and inclusive environment in which everyone can excel.

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  • Latest Vacancy

    Senior Auditor Performance (Relief)
    Here at Audit Wales our role is to examine  how public bodies manage and spend public money, including how they achieve value in the delivery of public services.  Our aim is to: