Auditor General publishes report on payment to the Welsh Government’s former Permanent Secretary
Following his qualification on the Welsh Government’s Consolidated Accounts for 2020-21, the Auditor General for Wales has published a report relating to a payment to the Welsh Government’s former Permanent Secretary on termination of her employment in October 2021.
Making Equality Impact Assessments more than just a tick box exercise
Change in culture and mindset required to put issues of equality at the heart of decision-making
Update on the Auditor General’s work programme
Earlier this year we launched a consultation on the Auditor General’s work programme.
Long-term workforce strategy needed to manage Welsh Government staffing pressures and ensure resilience
Short-term measures helped manage Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic but staff shortages have delayed some projects and programmes.

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    Payment to the Welsh Government’s Former Permanent Secretary on Termination of Employment

    This report has been prepared under Paragraph 19(1) of Schedule 8 to the Government of Wales Act 2006

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Tackling Poverty in Wales: responding to the challenge (Cardiff)
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Even before the current cost of living crisis, almost one in four people in Wales live in poverty meaning they get le
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25 October 2022
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09:30
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