Who audits us?

As a public body, we are responsible for spending our money, and operating our business, wisely and with integrity.

We take this responsibility seriously. In order to provide assurance to taxpayers, we are subject to independent scrutiny in a number of ways.

Our accounts are audited by an independent firm appointed by the National Assembly for Wales.

Each year, the Auditor General for Wales and the Wales Audit Office present an estimate of the income and expenses of the Wales Audit Office for the next financial year to the National Assembly for approval.

The latest estimate of income and expenditure, along with the Auditor General's annual report and accounts, are available within Our Plans and Accounts

Also see: Our Plans and Accounts