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This Annual Improvement Report (AIR) summarises the audit work undertaken at Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority (the Authority) since the last such report was published in May 2014.
This Annual Improvement Report (AIR) summarises the audit work undertaken at Powys County Council (the Council) since the last such report was published in July 2014.
This Annual Improvement Report (AIR) summarises the audit work undertaken at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority (the Authority) since the last such report was published in July 2014.
On behalf of the Auditor General, staff of the Wales Audit Office have examined the extent to which councils have put in place, and are operating, effective management and assurance processes and controls for safeguarding children.
The Regeneration Investment Fund for Wales (RIFW) was established in December 2009 as a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), registered with Companies House and effectively wholly-owned by the Welsh Government.
This Annual Improvement Report (AIR) summarises the audit work undertaken at Carmarthenshire County Council (the Council) since the last such report was published in July 2014.
This report sets out our view of orthopaedic services in Powys Teaching Health Board (the Health Board) based on that data, and our view of how the service compares to the rest of Wales.
The section 33 agreement provides a formal basis for partnership working into which individual partnership schemes slot.
The range of interventions provided by the district nursing service reflects the service specification but there are real opportunities to put the service at the centre of the Health Board’s approach for delivering care in the community, to improve utilisation of resources and to minimise variation.
On behalf of the Auditor General, our staff have examined whether the Welsh Government’s arrangements for regional consortia are likely to deliver the intended improvement in support to schools and local authorities. In reviewing the progress of regional consortia, we focused on the effectiveness of governance arrangements based on the Good Governance Standard for Public Services.