Publications

  • Front cover image of Public Health Wales Structured Assessment 2021 Phase One report
    Public Health Wales NHS Trust – Structured Assessment 2021 (Phase One) – Operational Planning Arrangements

    This report sets out the findings from phase one of the Auditor General’s 2021 Structured Assessment on the operational planning arrangements at Public Health Wales NHS Trust.

  • Front cover image of Public Health Wales Structured Assessment 2021 Phase One report
    Public Health Wales NHS Trust – Structured Assessment 2021 (Phase One) – Operational Planning Arrangements
    This report sets out the findings from phase one of the Auditor General’s 2021 Structured Assessment on the operational planning arrangements at Public Health Wales NHS Trust.
  • Front cover image of Swansea Council Financial Sustainability Assessment
    City and County of Swansea Council – Financial Sustainability Assessment
    We undertook this assessment as financial sustainability continues to be a risk to councils putting in place proper arrangements to secure value for money in the use of…
  • Front cover image of Neath Port Talbot Council Financial Sustainability Assessment
    Neath Port Talbot Council – Financial Sustainability Assessment
    We undertook this assessment as financial sustainability continues to be a risk to councils putting in place proper arrangements to secure value for money in the use of…
  • Front cover image of Pembrokeshire County Council: Financial Sustainability Assessment
    Pembrokeshire County Council – Financial Sustainability Assessment
    We did this assessment as financial sustainability continues to be a risk to councils putting in place proper arrangements to secure value for money in the use of resources.
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    Picture of Public Services 2021
    This report summarises key trends in public finances and sets out some of the key issues for future service delivery. 
  • Monmouthshire County Council – Financial Sustainability Assessment: report cover showing Audit Wales logo
    Monmouthshire County Council – Financial Sustainability Assessment
    We did this assessment as financial sustainability continues to be a risk to councils putting in place proper arrangements to secure value for money in the use of resources.
  • Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council – Financial Sustainability Assessment: report cover showing Audit Wales logo
    Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council – Financial Sustainability Assessment
    We did this assessment as financial sustainability continues to be a risk to councils putting in place proper arrangements to secure value for money in the use of resources.
  • Bridgend County Borough Council – Review of the Council’s Arrangements to Become a ‘Digital Council’: report cover showing Audit Wales logo
    Bridgend County Borough Council – Review of the Council’s Arrangements to Become a ‘Digital Council’
    Overall, we wanted to understand if the Council has effective arrangements to support its ambitions of becoming a digital council. This included exploring how the Council has…
  • Carmarthenshire County Council – Review of Waste Services: report cover showing Audit Wales logo
    Carmarthenshire County Council – Review of Waste Services
    Our work reviewed whether the Council has proper arrangements in place to plan and deliver its waste services sustainably.
  • Image of a town and the words - Regenerating town centres in Wales
    Regenerating Town Centres in Wales
    Town centres are at the heart of Welsh life

Our publications cover a range of audit work completed at public bodies, including:

  • central government
  • local councils
  • health boards
  • police forces
  • fire services, and 
  • national parks.

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Older reports

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