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The following briefing paper provides the Public Accounts Committee with an outline of the Wales Audit Office programme of value for money studies for 2012.
Whilst good progress has been made in delivering some aspects of the Health Board’s action plan, important monitoring arrangements have not been developed and more needs to be done to ensure job guidance is effectively implemented
This report is issued in the public interest under Section 22 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004. I have issued this report to draw the public‟s attention to a failure in governance arrangements and inadequacies in financial management and internal control at Mawr Community Council.
This report is issued in the public interest under Section 22 of the Public Audit (Wales) 2004. I have issued this report to draw the public’s attention to failures in governance
arrangements and inadequacies in financial management and internal control at Clydach Community Council.
Since 2005, the Wales Audit Office has alsopublished major reports on a range of topics related to public grants. We bring this range of insight together in this
report, to answer the question, ‘Are Welsh public sector grants well managed?’
This report sets out the findings of the Corporate Assessment only and is designed to answer the question: ‘Are the Council’s arrangements likely to secure continuous improvement?
This report summarises my findings from the audit work I have undertaken at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (the UHB) during 2011.
The Auditor General is required to prepare an annual estimate of the income and expenditure of the Wales Audit Office to be submitted to the Public Accounts Committee.
The first Picture of Public Services Report, published in March 2010, estimated the financial challenges facing public services in Wales and key lessons from the work
undertaken by my staff and contractors. The purpose of this second Picture of Public Services report is to provide greater clarity on the current position and support public services in responding to the financial challenges.
An interim annual letter was presented to Betsi Cadwaladr University Local Health Board (the Health Board) in June 2010. That report related to my audit work in the final six-month period to 30 September 2009 of the Health Board’s predecessor bodies.