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This report summarises findings from our audit work at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board during 2018.
Plan unveiled to make the Wales Audit Office bolder and more ambitious
We examined the extent to which the Council is acting in accordance with the sustainable development principle when ‘increasing the range of physical activity opportunities available for children, and targeting those at higher risk of inactivity’, a ‘step’ the Council is taking to meet its well-being objectives.
This report sets out our findings from our examination of ‘We [the Council] will maximise the recovery and recycling of waste’, a step the Council is taking to meet its wellbeing objectives.
This report sets out the findings from the Auditor General’s 2018 structured assessment work at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.
This letter summarises the key messages arising from our statutory responsibilities under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004 and our reporting responsibilities under the Code of Audit Practice.
NHS bodies need assurance that hospital discharge arrangements are safe and timely.
In this report, we considered whether the Health Board is well placed to deliver the national vision for primary care as set out in the national plan
This report considers the level of priority that the Welsh Government has given to waste prevention and progress towards waste prevention targets
Waste management is a Welsh Government priority. In 2011, the Welsh Government established the Collaborative Change Programme (CCP) to help introduce more sustainable waste management services to meet the objectives of Towards Zero Waste, the Welsh Government’s Waste Management Strategy.