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For the last two years we have been in the top 30 organisations, but this year we have made the top 10!
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    Audit Wales highlights the diversification of income to support national park authorities’ financial resilience
    Continued reliance on decreasing Welsh Government funding risks undermining Authorities’ efforts to safeguard nation’s breathing spaces.
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    Approaches to achieving net zero across the UK
    Effective working relationships between the UK and devolved governments will
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    Local councils have made major changes in how and where their staff work but need to build on their experience of the pandemic
    Councils need to develop their strategic approaches in order to plan for the longer term
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    Six health boards breach break even duty amid wider financial pressures
    The audit of NHS bodies’ 2022-23 accounts is complete. Our data tool provides further information on NHS bodies’ current financial positions
  • Graphics of paper and a magnifying glass with text- Public Interest report
    Significant deficiencies identified in the financial management and record keeping of Ammanford Town Council and Llanferres Community Council
    The Auditor General found mismanagement and procurement issues at Llanferres Community Council and Ammanford Town Council.
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    Looking to take your career to the next level? Look no further
    We have several vacancies available at the moment and are actively seeking candidates to join our team.
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    Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board's arrangements for checking on the quality and safety of patient care have improved significantly
    Audit Wales and Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) have published a joint report which describes the progress made by Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board in strengthening its quality governance arrangements following our original joint review work in 2019.
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    Ceredigion Council making swift progress in addressing Audit Wales planning service recommendations
    A follow up report into a review of Ceredigion’s planning service by Audit Wales has found the Council is making swift progress in delivering improvements to the service.
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    Podcast: Auditing Community Resilience
    Listen to our recent podcast episode on poverty, social enterprises, and community resilience.
  • A young female builder using a level to build and check a wall
    Fears raised that new building safety regime is not being prioritised and resourced
    Welsh Government has prioritised implementing actions following the Grenfell disaster, however much uncertainty remains about how the new scheme will be implemented
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    We’ve helped inform the Welsh Government’s new Warm Homes Programme
    Our reports on the Programme and fuel poverty have shaped the future direction
  • Young woman cuddles her child while both sitting on sleeping place prepared for refugees
    Support for Ukrainian refugees in Wales
    We’d like to hear about your experiences
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    We want your views for our affordable housing study
    Fill out our call for evidence 
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    Challenges ahead to spend remaining EU money by end of 2023
    All EU Structural Funds Programme and Rural Development Programme funding has been committed to projects, but with £504 million still available to be spent
  • Graphics with text - Our Work Programme for 2023-26. Tackling inequality, responding to the climate and nature emergency, service resilience and access and, well-managed public services
    Forward work programme
    This forward programme of performance audit work is shaped by stakeholder