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In this report we look at the current financial performance of the 22 local authorities in Wales and the quality of their financial management arrangements.
This leaflet outlines a number of important questions with the aim of supporting NHS board members to obtain assurance that their health board is effectively, safely and economically meeting demand for orthopaedic services.
This report assesses whether key objectives in the Welsh Government’s National Strategy for Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management in Wales are being met but does not evaluate the effectiveness of emergency planning and resilience arrangements, nor the emergency response to flooding events.
This Annual Improvement Report summarises the audit work undertaken at Powys County Council since the last such report was published in July 2015.
This briefing paper has been prepared for the NHS Wales Planned Care Programme Board.
This Annual Improvement Report summarises the audit work undertaken at Carmarthenshire County Council since the last such report was published in July 2015.
This report summarises the outcomes of the Auditor General’s appointed auditors’ work on the 2014-15 accounts of town and community councils and their joint committees across Wales.
Between March and June 2015, the Wales Audit Office undertook follow-up work at Powys Teaching Health Board, to assess the extent to which it had implemented the Auditor General’s national recommendations in 2012 on hospital catering and patient nutrition.
This report summarises the findings from our follow-up work, recognising that since the time of our audits, health boards have been working to address our local recommendations.
These questions focus mainly on the ways that health bodies ask patients for feedback.