Auditor General sets out key messages to all Welsh public bodies as they plan to manage the implications of Brexit
Reports in the public interest issued today (30 January 2019) by the Auditor General for Wales highlight long-standing shortfalls at two community councils
Welsh Revenue Authority “operating effectively” and Welsh Treasury “obtaining appropriate assurance” over HMRC’s implementation of Welsh Rates of Income Tax, says Auditor General
Councils slowly developing in this area, but more work needed to ‘break silo working’ and maximise the benefits of the data they hold, says Auditor General
The Auditor General for Wales has today published reports in the public interest highlighting failures in governance arrangements and inadequacies in financial management at four community councils – Llanwnnen, Penally, Tirymynach and Whitford.
Public bodies need to put in place effective interpretation and translation services to ensure equal access for all
Customer satisfaction is high, but this masks a system that’s not delivering for all those who may need it, says Auditor General
Although spend through the National Procurement Service (NPS) is increasing, it has not developed as quickly as expected resulting in concerns over its funding and less than anticipated savings