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  • In the context of the Welsh Government’s draft budget for 2024-25, the Auditor General identifies themes that the work of Audit Wales suggests would help public organisations achieve more value from the money they already spend, including:

    • Reducing cost and damage to public confidence from failures in governance and financial management;
    • Minimising loss to fraud and error;
    • Ensuring that our complex public service landscape delivers value for money;
    • Addressing long-term workforce issues across many sectors and professions;
    • Accelerating the use of digital technology to drive service transformation and efficiencies, and tackling digital exclusion;
    • Shifting resources towards prevention to avoid higher costs in the future, and
    • Rigorously appraising decisions for value for money backed up by effective monitoring and evaluation of outcomes.

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