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Annual Audit Report for 2015-16 – Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys and Chief Constable of Dyfed Powys Police
This report summarises findings from the audit work undertaken in relation to both the Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys and the Chief Constable of Dyfed Powys during 2016.
This report summarises my findings from the audit work I have undertaken at Powys Teaching Health Board during 2016.
Structured assessment work in 2016 has again reviewed the Health Board’s financial management arrangements and the progress made in addressing the previous year’s recommendations.
This Statement sets out the respective responsibilities of the Auditor General, the auditors who work under his arrangements for certifying grant claims and returns and the bodies which award or receive the grants requiring certification.
This report brings together the key messages from all of the Auditor General’s local work on medicines management.
We've published the Fee Scheme for 2017-18, approved by the National Assembly's Finance Committee on 7 December 2016.
External correspondence to the Auditor General during 2014 and 2015 reflected concerns about aspects of the Library’s leadership and governance, including tensions in staff relations and publicity about specific concerns relating to the outcome of an employment tribunal, which found that two members of staff were dismissed unfairly.
This report looks first at the Welsh Government’s approach in general to the overall fiscal devolution including the work of its Welsh Treasury functions; and secondly at specific work to date for establishing the Welsh Revenue Authority (WRA).
During 2015-16, the Auditor General examined how local authorities use their powers to introduce and increase charges on services, how performance on generating income has changed in recent years, and how the process of consulting with users, and assessing the impact of charging decisions on users, is managed.
A review of progress