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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
This report summarises the findings of Ceredigion County Council’s response to the Auditor General’s data collection tool and should be read alongside our national report on use of data.
This report summarises the findings of Carmarthenshire County Council’s response to the Auditor General’s data collection tool and should be read alongside our national report on use of data.
This report summarises the findings of Bridgend County Borough Council’s response to the Auditor General’s data collection tool and should be read alongside our national report on use of data.
City and County of Swansea Council – Welsh Housing Quality Standard Review including Council tenants’ views
Our review sought to answer the question: Does the Council have effective arrangements in place to meet the Welsh Housing Quality Standard (WHQS) by 2020?
As part of the 2014 audit programme, the Auditor General carried out a review of district nursing services across all seven health boards in Wales.
The Health Board has substantially addressed the operational and strategic challenges posed by its maternity service which now has strong leadership, although Caesarean Section rates remain high.