Work programme consultation

Consultation questions

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Work Programme Consultation

Audit Wales

24 Cathedral Road

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  • what you see as the key priorities; and
  • any specific suggestions for the focus or timing of any topics?
  • what you see as the key priorities; and
  • any specific suggestions for the focus or timing of any topics?
  • what you see as the key priorities; and
  • any specific suggestions for the focus or timing of any topics?
  • what you see as the key priorities; and
  • any specific suggestions for the focus or timing of such work?
  • What effects, if any, do you see the work programme having? 

  • How could the programme be changed so that it would have positive effects, or have increased positive effects? 

  • How could the programme be changed so that it would not have adverse effects, or have decreased adverse effects? 

Confidentiality and data protection 

Information provided in response to this consultation may be published or disclosed in accordance with access to information legislation (chiefly the Freedom of Information Act 2000, but also data protection legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation, and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004). 

If you want any information you provide to be treated as confidential, you should tell us why you regard the information you have provided as confidential. If we receive a request for disclosure of information we will take full account of your explanation, but we cannot give any assurance that confidentiality can be maintained in all circumstances. An automatic confidentiality disclaimer generated by your IT system will not, of itself, be regarded as binding on the Auditor General or Wales Audit Office. 

Personal data will be processed in accordance with data protection legislation. Where such data falls within the scope of a request for information from another person, the provisions of data protection legislation and the Freedom of Information Act will need to be considered in the particular circumstances. While no situation can be prejudged, this is likely to mean that information concerning senior officials and public figures is likely to be disclosed while the names and addresses of ordinary members of the public are likely to be withheld. 

Your details

Thank you for taking the time to respond. 

Your views will be taken into consideration as we develop the Auditor General’s work programme, details of which will be set out in our future interim and annual reports, our annual plans and our regular updates for the public bodies we audit.