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This report summarises the findings of Conwy County Borough Council’s response to the Auditor General’s data collection tool and should be read alongside our national report on use of data.
This report summarises the findings of Isle of Anglesey County Council’s response to the Auditor General’s data collection tool and should be read alongside our national report on use of data.
This report summarises the findings of work at the Health Board carried out between March and May 2018, to consider whether it is well placed to deliver the national vision for primary care as set out in the national plan.
In this review, we sought to answer the question ‘Will the Council’s in-house HR system meet the Council’s needs, now and in the future, without posing significant development and support risk?’
We reviewed Gwynedd Council’s library service, and in particular, whether the Council was using the experiences and aspirations of service users to inform the design and delivery of services.
The Auditor General examined health boards’ arrangements for managing follow-up outpatient appointments.
This report summarises the findings of the biennial National Fraud Initiative in Wales for the period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2018.
The Council is making good progress towards achieving the Welsh Housing Quality Standard and most Council tenants are satisfied with the quality of the service and their homes.