How volunteers have provided vital services across Wrexham and Flintshire.
Many more services are moving online, but is everyone travelling at the same speed?
With the rapid acceleration of digital services during the pandemic it might be worth pausing to reflect up on the African proverb; ‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together’.
12 October 20
Volunteering is a two-way process that makes a difference to everyone involved
My recent experiences have deepened my personal learning; in governance, communication, control and the hidden talents within a community. Let me explain.
23 September 20
Every £ lost to public sector fraud is a £ wasted and lost to essential public services
The problem is, people committing fraud in the public sector see it as taking from others, not taking from themselves. The solution is less simple to wrap-up in one sentence, but encompasses fraud awareness, fraud prevention, fraud detection, pursuing fraud cases robustly and publicising those c
19 July 19
My first year as an apprentice at Audit Wales
As part of our recruitment campaign, we have asked some of our apprentices to blog about what it is like to be an apprentice at Audit Wales. Here Jordan talks about her experience in her first year.
23 May 19
My journey so far…
As part of our recruitment campaign, we have asked a few of our apprentices to blog about what it is like to be an apprentice at the Wales Audit Office. Here Emma Thomas talks about her first year.
21 May 19
My experience as a Wales Audit Office Apprentice
As part of our recruitment campaign, we have asked some of our Apprentices to blog about what it is like to be an apprentice at the Wales Audit Office. Here Lewis Ball talks about his experience so far…
20 May 19
Unleashing the potential of the Wales Audit Office
Eight months into his role as Auditor General for Wales, Adrian Crompton sets out a fresh ambition for the Wales Audit Office – to unleash its full potential as a catalyst for improvement in the public sector in Wales.
02 April 19
Trust in audit and unleash its potential
With corporate audit grabbing the headlines for the wrong reasons Adrian Crompton, the Auditor General for Wales, provides his perspective on the state of public sector audit in Wales.
11 March 19
If only there was a Scouting badge for Brexit...
Like many who will have been involved with the Scout or Guide movements in their childhood, some basic precepts were instilled in me from a young age – including the Scout motto: ‘Be Prepared’.
25 February 19
The sustainability of rural Wales - there are reasons to be optimistic
When you conjure up images of rural Wales, you no doubt think of mountains and coast line, sheep, tractors, farmers and Ifor Williams trailers (“Britain’s leading trailer manufacturer”) which always seem to be in front of you when driving the A470.
20 November 18