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This report has been produced by the Lean Enterprise Research Centre (LERC) for the Welsh Assembly Government and Wales Audit Office and provides an analysis of the state of adoption of current business improvement (BI) approaches within Welsh public services.
Every year we publish an Annual Report, which summarises our work over the previous 12 months. It sets out our highlights, achievements and our future focus
This document has been prepared for the internal use of Velindre NHS Trust as part of work performed in accordance with statutory functions, the Code of Audit Practice and the Statement of Responsibilities issued by the Auditor General for Wales
We examined whether Welsh hospitals provide efficient and effective catering services that meet recognised good practice. Our audit approach examined each of the key areas involved in the planning, delivering and monitoring of hospital catering services.
This report summarises the findings from audit work I have undertaken at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (Health Board) during the latter part of 2009 and throughout 2010.
This re-inspection reviews the Council’s progress against the conclusions and recommendations of the 2009 report and considers the impact of the Ministerial intervention on the Council’s corporate governance. The inspection took place over four days during the period 23 to 28 February 2011. We acknowledge the work of Council staff in making the necessary arrangements for our work and the willingness of both senior officers and councillors to modify their plans at short notice in order to meet with the inspection team.
The following letter written in response to a request for the Auditor General to consider an investigation into the Technium programme from Jonathan Morgan AM.
This report summarises the findings from audit work I have undertaken at the Health Board during the latter part of 2009 and throughout 2010. This allows me to discharge my responsibilities under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004 in respect of the audit of 2009-10 accounts and the Board’s arrangements to secure efficiency, effectiveness and economy in its use of resources.
This interim Annual Audit Letter to the new Cwm Taf Local Health Board (the Board) relates to my audits of the final, six-month period to 30 September 2009 of the Board’s predecessor bodies. The work reported on in the Letter was set out in the agreed Audit Strategies for the following organisations: Cwm Taf NHS Trust, Merthyr Tydfil Local Health Board, Rhondda Cynon Taf Local Health Board.
This document has been prepared for the internal use of Hywel Dda Local Health Board as part of work performed in accordance with statutory functions, the Code of Audit Practice and the Statement of Responsibilities issued by the Auditor General for Wales.