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This review explored with each of the 22 councils in Wales how ‘fit for the future’ their scrutiny functions are.
During the course of the year, we issued a statutory recommendation and made a number of proposals for improvement and these are repeated in this report.
The Authority is meeting its statutory requirements in relation to continuous improvement.
Supplementary Memorandum of the Auditor General for Wales to the Public Accounts Committee
This report considers whether WEFO is effectively managing the risks and opportunities for Structural Funds posed by Brexit.
This letter summarises the key messages arising from our statutory responsibilities under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004 and our reporting responsibilities under the Code of Audit Practice.
We have produced this Guide for those involved in scrutinising public services
Primary care out-of-hours services are appreciated by patients but are not meeting national standards and are under strain due to morale and staffing issues.
A letter to the Chair of the Public Accounts Committee.
As part of the Audit Plan for 2016, the Auditor General included local work to track progress made by the Health Board in addressing the recommendations made in the 2015 Review of Follow-up Outpatient Appointments.