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We’re hiring for several new roles!
We’re looking for a Change Project Manager, Senior Studio Co-ordinator, Senior Auditor – Performance, Law & Ethics Specialist (Information Officer) and Relief Auditor – Accounts.
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    Unscheduled Care system in Wales under huge pressure
    Many patients have an experience that falls below the level of quality they could reasonably expect
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    Direct Payments support people’s independence and are highly valued but there are opportunities to improve
    Inconsistencies are resulting in people receiving different standards of service.
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    Our audit focus continues to evolve to reflect how public services are responding to the challenges we face
    Auditor General and Chair of the Board outline priorities for the next 12 months at Audit Wales
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    Equality impact assessments – we want your views
    In an ever more complex world, public services face a growing challenge to understand how their decisions and actions impact on different groups. 
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    We’re seeking views on the Auditor General’s Work Programme
    Help shape our audits
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    Audit Wales Apprenticeship Programme is open for applications!
    Then the All Wales Public Sector Finance Apprenticeship Programme might be for you!
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    Auditor General discusses demographic changes and the impact on public services on BBC Wales Live
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    “Not Just the Usual Suspects”: An Interview with Anne Collis
    How we understand and work to foster equality in our workplaces, communities and society at large is vitally important.
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    COVID-19 and Behaviour Change
    The COVID-19 Pandemic has required governments and the wider public to change their behaviour in both significant and small ways.
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    Apprenticeship Week 2022
    We’re excited to be celebrating Apprenticeship Week 2022
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    Financial Sustainability data tool
    Our new data tool, published today, enables users to compare financial data for each council, national park and fire and rescue authority in Wales
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    Are local authorities building community resilience?
    Is your local authority enabling you and your community to do more for yourselves?
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    Long-standing deficiencies identified in Council’s governance and oversight arrangements in respect of a council owned waste company
    Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council’s governance and oversight arrangements in respect of its own waste company, Silent Valley Waste Services Limited were inadequate and ineffective, according to a report issued today by the Auditor General for Wales.  
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    Emergency services in Wales have a long history of working collaboratively, but a step change is needed if they are to make best use of their resources
    Innovative partnership working has helped save money and reduced local response times, but there is more that can be done. 
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    Finance for the Future 2021 Conference – public services in a time of crisis
    On 16 December 2021, the Finance Skills Development Group held their 5th Finance for the Future conference, exploring the theme of Public Services in a Time of Crisis.