Since our Twitter thread about library services back in July, lots of things have changed. 

16 September 20
It’s all in the data…
Data is part of our everyday lives Every time we use a bank card, go on a bus journey or interact with a public service, we leave a trail of ‘digital fingerprints’ behind us on the systems and services we use.
20 August 20
Hitting our accounts deadlines whilst working from home
Andrew Strong explains how Audit Wales secured access to NHS financial ledgers to enable us to complete NHS accounts work
20 August 20
Final Accounts auditing from home
Lucy Herman recounts her experiences leading the audit of Public Services Ombudsman for Wales
20 August 20
Dancing to a new beat: the next phase of public services’ response to COVID-19
Blog summary:
29 July 20
Part 2: The impact of Coronavirus on people sleeping rough – is this an opportunity to end street homelessness?
Coronavirus has affected all of us; but the impact on homeless people has been far more drastic.
16 July 20
Part 1: More than just a housing problem – the cost of failing people sleeping rough in Wales
09 July 20
Local council democracy – coming out of lockdown
08 July 20
Mental health during COVID-19
02 July 20
Welsh Government COVID-19 funding
In May, the Welsh Government published new spending plans in response to COVID-19.
24 June 20
COVID-19: Test, Trace and Protect – councils and local health boards signposting
22 June 20
My personal experiences as an LGBTQ+ individual
19 June 20
COVID-19 learning project – some emerging themes on re-introducing service delivery
11 June 20