About us

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.

We do this on behalf of the Auditor General in:

  • Auditing the financial accounts of public bodies
  • Reporting on how services are being delivered
  • Assessing whether value for money is being achieved
  • Checking how organisations are planning and delivering improvements

We are also committed to identifying and publicising good practice, to help public bodies deliver better services.

Find out how our senior team is structured in our organisational chart [PNG 78KB Opens in new window].

Also see: Good practice

Auditor General for Wales

Find out more about the Auditor General for Wales.

Who's who?

Find out about our senior management and their roles within the organisation.

Our plans and accounts

Find out about our latest plans and accounts.

Who audits us?

Find out about who audits us and how you can contact them.

Commissioned Work

Find out about our work commissioned by other public sector bodies.

Working with others

Find out about how we work with other regulators and inspectorates across the UK.

Consultations

Find out about recent and upcoming consultations, including how you can have an input.

Fee scales and fee setting

Find out about fee scales and fee setting for the audit of local government bodies annually.

National Fraud Initiative

Find out about the National Fraud Initiative programme.