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This review has focussed on assessing if local authorities have effective approaches to commissioning accommodation for adults with learning disabilities (those aged over 16).
How have public bodies responded to the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015?
This report is a snapshot of the current state of primary care in Wales and brings together numerous sources of data on primary care.
Our Strategic Equality Plan sets out the key things that the Auditor General and the Wales Audit Office are committed to doing over the next four years in order to help eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations.
Based on, and limited to, the work carried out by the Wales Audit Office and relevant regulators, the Auditor General believes that the Authority is likely to comply with the requirements of the Local Government Measure (2009) during 2018-19.
This report looks at whether public bodies, with responsibilities for delivering housing adaptations, have an effective strategic approach that delivers value for money
Our structured assessment work helps inform the Auditor General’s views on Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s arrangements to secure efficient, effective and economic use of its resources.
This report summarises the findings from audit work undertaken at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board during 2017.
We've published the Fee Scheme for 2018-19, approved by the National Assembly's Finance Committee.
The work carried out since the last Annual Improvement Report, including that of the relevant regulators, is set out in this report.