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This report summarises the findings from the audit work completed at Hywel Dda University Health Board during 2018.
This report summarises the findings from the audit work undertaken at Velindre University NHS Trust during 2018.
Our 2017 structured assessment highlighted that the Health Board doesn’t have an estates strategy, estates plan or up to date condition surveys of its buildings.
Primary care is about those services which provide the first point of care, day or night for more than 90% of people’s contact with the NHS in Wales.
This report summarises the findings from the audit work undertaken at Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Local Health Board during 2018.
This report sets out the findings from the Auditor General’s 2018 structured assessment work at Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board.
Over the past 10 years, there have been several cases of community councils suffering losses to the public purse due to significant failures in financial management and governance. In some instances, this has been due to fraud and theft
The amount of money managed by local councils in Wales continues to increase. However, the current standard of financial management and governance remains disappointing at too many councils as evidenced by a doubling of the number of qualified audit opinions