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Our review has considered whether the Welsh Government, including the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO), has managed its relationship with AWEMA appropriately to protect and make good use of public funds.
This report is issued in the public interest under Section 22 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004. I have issued this report to draw the public’s attention to a failure in governance arrangements and inadequacies in management and internal control at Caldicot and Wentlooge Levels Internal Drainage Board. As a result of such failures the Drainage Board has, in my view, acted unlawfully on occasions.
This document has been prepared for the internal use of Cwm Taf Health Board as part of work performed in accordance with statutory functions, the Code of Audit Practice and the Statement of Responsibilities issued by the Auditor General for Wales.
This report focuses on one element of the responsibilities of the corporate parent: to help children and young people who are looked after achieve their educational potential.
This report summarises my findings from the audit work I have undertaken at the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust (the Trust) during 2011.
This report provides a more detailed assessment of the financial position across NHS bodies, and the financial challenges that the NHS faces.
In March 2012, the Welsh Government (Local Government Finance and Public Service Performance Division) commissioned the Wales Audit Office to undertake research into Welsh Local Government's use of unsupported borrowing and their holdings of reserves.
The report identifies the extent to which variances exist between the four nations and where further examination may help determine those practices that could deliver better value for money. To set any differences between the nations in context and to provide additional comparators for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – in terms of similar population size and characteristics – we also report certain data for the nine English regions.
This Annual Audit Report (the Report) to members of the South Wales Police Authority (the Authority) summarises the conclusions from my 2010-11 audit. It reports for Authority members the significant issues arising from my audit, together with my comments on other current issues
This study examined whether public engagement undertaken by councils in Wales enables citizens to help shape what local government does.