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This report focuses on the Welsh Government’s approach in managing financial support for business
As part of the 2014 audit programme, the Auditor General carried out a review of district nursing services across all seven health boards in Wales.
Vale of Glamorgan Council – Welsh Housing Quality Standard review including Council housing tenants’ perspective review
In Vale of Glamorgan Council we reviewed the housing service. In particular, tenants’ engagement with, and degree of choice experienced in, delivering the Welsh Housing Quality Standard, and their view on the quality of the service they receive from the Council.
This review looked at the Council’s approach to its transformation programme and the delivery of the associated savings identified in its medium term financial plan.
The Health Board has substantially addressed the operational and strategic challenges posed by its maternity service which now has strong leadership, although Caesarean Section rates remain high.
The Auditor General included local work to track progress made by the Health Board in addressing his 2014 recommendations in his Audit Plan for 2018
This report focuses on ‘Rural Development funding’ under the Welsh Government’s Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme (RDP)
This letter summarises the key messages arising from my statutory responsibilities under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004 and my reporting responsibilities under the Code of Audit Practice.
This review explored with each of the 22 councils in Wales how ‘fit for the future’ their scrutiny functions are.
More collaboration has helped make recycling methods more consistent and encouraged participation, although waste management service costs show surprising variation.