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The Fee Scheme sets out the basis on which we charge fees to the public bodies we audit.
This interim report sets out the progress we have made in the six-month period to 30 September 2014 in delivering the commitments set out in the Annual Plan.
For each financial year, we prepare an estimate of the income and expenses for our organisation and present it to the National Assembly.
Every year we publish an Annual Report, which summarises our work over the previous 12 months. It sets out our highlights, achievements and our future focus.
Letter to Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Darren Millar AM
This fee scheme has been prepared by the Wales Audit Office under section 24 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013 (the Act).
Code of Practice Governing the Relationship between the Auditor General for Wales and the Wales Audit Office
The Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013 requires a Code of Practice to deal with the relationship between the Wales Audit Office and the Auditor General, preserving the independence of that office while providing for robust standards of governance.
This joint strategic equality plan sets out ten specific objectives to help us perform the General Equality Duty (i.e. having due regard in our work to the need to help eliminate discrimination, promote equality of opportunity and foster good relations).
As the Auditor General and the Wales Audit Office are now separate legal entities, each with our own respective functions, and each covered by the Welsh regulations, we are each required to produce a Strategic Equality Plan.
The Code prescribes the way in which the Auditor General’s audit and certain other functions are to be exercised, and embodies what appears to the Auditor General to be best professional practice.