The Auditor General and Wales Audit Office have released their joint Annual Plan for 2018-19, outlining how they will deliver on the plan and its objectives. It also sets out our strategic priorities for the period 2018-2021.
We look forward to welcoming Adrian Crompton to the role of Auditor General for Wales, following today’s news that Assembly Members have voted in favour of his nomination during Plenary.
Customer satisfaction is high, but this masks a system that’s not delivering for all those who may need it, says Auditor General
We want to collect the stories of 16 to 25 year olds on their experiences of accessing and using public services in Wales
The Auditor General is today publishing a consultation on a revised Code of Audit Practice, with a view to launching a new Code of Audit Practice in the spring.
Although key elements are being put in place, there have been significant delays and, despite recent developments, there are key weaknesses in the arrangements for delivery
But scope for improvement in financial reporting and for Local Government sector in-particular, to meet the challenge of earlier closure.
The Auditor General for Wales and Future Generations Commissioner have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today