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  • Chair and non-executive members roles
    The Senedd is advertising for a chair and three non-executive members for our Board.
  • Welcome to Audit Wales
    We’ve listened to feedback and changed our name
  • COVID-19
    Message from Adrian Crompton, Auditor General for Wales
  • Cost increases and delays on the A465 Section 2 road improvement
    A report issued today by the Auditor General for Wales shines a light on the issues that have affected the project
  • Accounts qualified at a third of town and community councils
    Just 66% of councils met the statutory deadline for publishing their audited accounts
  • Sharing learning across the Welsh public sector
    Our good practice exchange is an important part of the work we do. We see a broad spectrum of the public sector in Wales and this gives us a unique perspective, insight and knowledge base.
  • Calling for volunteers to join our ‘website improvement’ focus group
    We really value the input that users of our website can provide, along with readers of our audit reports.  It means that any chang
  • Finance for the Future conference 2019
    The event brought together individuals working in publicly funded organisations across Wales who are studying towards a finance related qualificati
  • Victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence let down by fragmented system
    Information on the prevalence of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in Wales is unreliable and there is no clear picture of
  • Big challenges remain for Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board
    There are a number of fundamental weaknesses in governance around patient safety and the quality of care at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Boa
  • Unlawful spending at two councils exceeds £290,000
    Two councils have incurred unlawful expenditure of over £290,000, according to reports issued today (6 November 2019) by the Auditor General for Wa
  • Plans to strengthen primary care not happening quickly enough
    While the NHS and Welsh Government are taking a range of steps to strengthen primary care, change needs to happen at greater pace and scale to tack
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    Council overspending exhausts reserves
    Over a three-year period, Penmaenmawr Town Council spent more on the local community than it received in income.
  • Help shape our digital transformation as a Drupal Developer
    Are you a highly motivated Drupal developer with an innovative approach to problem-solving? Can you work iteratively and build dig
  • Changes needed to public service boards if they’re to realise their full potential
    The 19 new Public Service Boards – which were set up in Wales to improve the well-being of communities - are unlikely to realise their potential un