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The Annual Plan covers the delivery of our programmes of work during 2018-19
We've published the Fee Scheme for 2018-19, approved by the National Assembly's Finance Committee.
Schemes of delegation of the Wales Audit Office and the Auditor General for Wales.
An assessment of progress made against our 2017-18 Annual Plan
In March 2016, the National Assembly’s Finance Committee recommended that the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013 (the Act) be amended to clarify the audit fee charging requirements for the Wales Audit Office.
For each financial year, Section 20 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013 requires the Auditor General and the Wales Audit Office to jointly prepare an estimate of the income and expenses of the Wales Audit Office.
For each financial year, we must submit an annual estimate of its income and expenditure to the Finance Committee of the National Assembly.
Report on compliance by the Auditor General for Wales and Wales Audit Office with the Equality Act 2010 General Duty for the Period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.
The Annual Report for the year ended 31 March 2017 has been jointly prepared, and is laid before the National Assembly for Wales, by the Auditor General for Wales and the Chair of the Wales Audit Office.
This discussion paper explains why the fee regime under which we operate is overly complex and invites views on its simplification.