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  • Launch a career that counts
    Do you have an interest in how money is spent? Do you want to help support the improvement of public services?
  • Fewer households in fuel poverty but Welsh Government misses targets
    The Welsh Government has not met its targets for the eradication of fuel poverty though its actions do seem to have contributed to a reduction.
  • Public spending patterns since devolution ‘interesting and perhaps unexpected’
    In the first decade of devolution, total public spending per head in Wales grew at almost 4% a year in real terms.
  • Preparations in Wales for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit – an update
    Today, the Auditor General for Wales has written to the External Affairs & Additional Legislation Committee with his observations on the progre
  • Improvements needed in services for young people
    Opportunities for improvement in public service support of the well-being of young people have been highlighted in a series of reports issued today
  • Postcode lottery for new ‘front door’ to adult social care services
    Councils are doing a good job in preventing social care demand, but information, advice and assistance is not consistently effective across Wales.
  • Join our Good Practice Exchange team
    Do you have great interpersonal skills and a passion for public service improvement?
  • Integrated Care Fund not yet realising its full potential
    Since the inception of the fund, the Welsh Government has made a total of £270 million available up to March 2019 and with a further £115 million a
  • Join our HR team
    This is a great time to join our HR team as we're going through an exciting time of change and transformation.
  • Our People Strategy updated
    We've updated our People Strategy to reflect our ambition to be a model organisation for the public sector in Wales and beyond.
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    Unlawful action at Town Council
    Connah’s Quay Town Council has incurred a cumulative deficit of over £234,000 in the operation of the Quay Café since 2011, according to a report i
  • Another productive year for public audit in Wales
    You can read the highlights in our
  • Four health boards in Wales over-spend again
    Four out of seven health boards in Wales once again failed to meet their financial duty to break-even over a three-year period, according to their
  • Welsh public services could lose up to £1 billion a year to fraud
    The picture of counter-fraud arrangements in the Welsh public sector varies across Wales, but there is scope for greater collaboration and cross-ag
  • Coming soon…
    Here’s Adrian Crompton, Auditor General for Wales signing off our annual report and accounts 2018-19, but as Accounting Officer rather than auditor