Our report finds that financial management is getting better although some NHS bodies over-spent, service performance was mixed and major challenges remain on the horizon.
A report published today by the Auditor General on Ceredigion County Council concludes that the Council has strong and clear leadership
A report published today by the Auditor General for Wales says that Cardiff Council has not been addressing weak performance in some key service areas, because of fragmented leadership and management.
The findings of a follow-up review examining Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s governance arrangements have been published today.
The Auditor General for Wales has signed off the last of his 10 audit opinions for Health Boards and NHS Trusts in Wales for the 2013-14 financial year.
The Auditor General for Wales recently spoke to key players in local government in Wales at the WLGA Conference in Llandudno.
The Wales Audit Office will be well represented at next week’s Academi Wales Public Service Summer School with our good practice lead Chris Bolton facilitating and Matthew Mortlock, Stephen Lisle and Sarah Utley attending the event as delegates.
Some of our colleagues in the Wales Audit Office are ready to take part in the Welsh Three Peaks Challenge this weekend in aid of the charity, Changing Faces. The climb, which will see the group take on Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) in the North, Cadair Idris in mid-Wales, and Pen y Fan in the South, is all in aid of the charity Changing Faces, selected by staff members at the annual conference last year.
The latest bi-annual national counter-fraud exercise has helped Welsh public bodies to identify £4 million of fraud and erroneous payment, and £229m across the UK, according to a report released by the Auditor General for Wales today.