Joint follow up review finds practices continue to put children and young people at risk
Speaking at the 'Scrutiny in the Spotlight' Conference at the Swalec Stadium (28 November 2013) the Auditor General highlights the importance of investment in public scrutiny in times of austerity.
People in charge of charities in Wales are being invited to a free, interactive, seminar to explore ways of of improving governance, financial literacy, decision making, the grants culture and recruitment in the Welsh third sector.
In latest blog post from the Good Practice Exchange (GPX) Tanwen Grover pulls together some interesting examples of unscheduled care schemes run by NHS bodies and looks at how they are being used to change the ways people use these services.
The Auditor General for Wales has today published the Improvement Assessment letter and Annual Improvement Report on Cardiff Council.
The author of today's report by Wales Public Services 2025 is our very own colleague Mark Jeffs. The WAO's Performance Audit Lead is on a part-time secondment with the think tank.
But more comparisons are needed if the people of Wales are to judge progress for themselves, says Auditor General for Wales