Powys Teaching Health Board – Review of Quality Governance Arrangements
Our audit examined whether the health board's governance arrangements support delivery of high quality, safe and effective services.
A Picture of Public ServicesPublic services are facing their biggest challenge for at least a generation. The figures in this report show that public services in Wales face significant reductions in…
Lean and Systems Thinking in the Public Sector in WalesCardiff University’s Lean Enterprise Research Centre (LERC) was commissioned to undertake an evaluation of systems thinking in the public sector on behalf of the Wales Audit…
North Wales Police Authority Annual Audit Letter 2009-10This Annual Audit Letter to members of the North Wales Police Authority (the Authority) summarises the conclusions from my 2009-10 audit. It reports for Authority members the…
Gwent Police Authority Inspection Report 2010This report summarises the joint Wales Audit Office and HMIC findings from the inspection of Gwent Police Authority which took place in October 2009.
Sustainable development and business decision making in the Welsh Assembly GovernmentThe Assembly Government published a new sustainable development Scheme in May 2009, called One Wales: One Planet. This report looks at Assembly Government decision making and…
Brecon Beacons National Park Authority Corporate Assessment 2010This report sets out the findings of the Corporate Assessment only and is designed to answer the question: ‘Are the arrangements of the BreconBeacons National Park Authority…
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