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24 Mar 2011 - 9:00am

We examined whether Welsh hospitals provide efficient and effective catering services that meet recognised good practice. Our audit approach examined each of the key areas involved in the planning, delivering and monitoring of hospital catering services.

16 Mar 2011 - 5:31pm

This re-inspection reviews the Council’s progress against the conclusions and recommendations of the 2009 report and considers the impact of the Ministerial intervention on the Council’s corporate governance. The inspection took place over four days during the period 23 to 28 February 2011. We acknowledge the work of Council staff in making the necessary arrangements for our work and the willingness of both senior officers and councillors to modify their plans at short notice in order to meet with the inspection team.

8 Mar 2011 - 8:59am

This interim Audit Letter (Letter) to the Betsi Cadwaladr University Local Health Board (the Health Board) relates to my audits of its predecessor bodies for the six-month period to 30 September 2009. 

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

31 Jan 2011 - 8:59am

This Annual Improvement Report sets out that picture and each year we willproduce a report to let you know what progress North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority (the Authority) has made. We have not covered all the services the Authority provides. We have focused on a small number of things, especially those things that the Authority has said are its priorities for improvement. 

 

28 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

28 Jan 2011 - 8:49am

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

27 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

27 Jan 2011 - 9:00am

We examined whether recently completed major transport projects in Wales have met their objectives and were delivered to time and cost. We focused on the delivery of 18
major road and rail infrastructure projects in Wales completed since 2004, looking in detail at 10 projects. The Assembly Government has funded all, or at least most, of the cost of these projects as part of its Trunk Road Forward Programme or from its Transport Grant budget. 

26 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

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