We've made the big switch!
New Welsh domains launched for our website and emails
Councils in Wales have responded well to significant financial stress
But they need to improve their financial management
Flintshire County Council has made significant progress in difficult areas
But it needs to strengthen aspects of its arrangements
Auditor General flags good practice on Elective Waiting Times
The Auditor General is delighted to release three new products today aimed at helping the NHS in Wales
Have you seen?
Case studies available in our good practice section
Managing early departures across Welsh public bodies
£254 million spent on early departure packages over nearly four years, but with potential savings over time of up to £305 million per year
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The role of the Wales Audit Office

We work to support the Auditor General as the public sector watchdog for Wales.

Our aim is to ensure that the people of Wales know whether public money is being managed wisely and that public bodies in Wales understand how to improve outcomes.

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Events

Jun 24 2015

This seminar will look to equip you to ensure your charity’s continued...

Jul 01 2015

We're holding a free seminar with the Older People’s Commissioner and Good...

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