But risk of Wales losing some funding in a no-deal scenario now reduced after change in Treasury policy announced just days before Auditor General report publication
We’ve launched an Apprenticeship Programme and are on the hunt for three people to join our Financial Audit team.
Adrian Crompton has taken over the reins as Auditor General for Wales, succeeding Huw Vaughan Thomas who retired last week.
The Auditor General, Huw Vaughan Thomas, has written a valedictory letter to the Chair of the National Assembly for Wales’ Public Accounts Committee.
Our latest guide looks at how public services are funded in Wales, how budgets are set and how the public bodies report on their performance
Despite positive feedback from patients, staffing problems and poor morale are putting services under pressure