Management Of Latest EU Structural Fund Programmes In Wales ‘Improved’
'But too early to assess overall impact’, says Auditor General
Serious Weaknesses In Cywain Centre Grant Funding
Project not properly monitored and did not provide value for money says Auditor General
Chronic conditions services improve but more needs to be done
Despite reductions in relevant hospital admissions, health boards in Wales need to make more progress in expanding access to community based chronic conditions services says a report by Auditor General for Wales.
Welsh Government Location Strategy ‘Delivered Its Objectives’
But value for money uncertain and relocating posts was difficult, says Auditor General
Trainees Scoop Prestigious Awards
Event looked at how Future Generations Bill will impact public services in Wales
Seminar highlights way forward
Event looked at how Future Generations Bill will impact public services in Wales
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Apr 04 2014

‘Strengthening the Connections’ exists to support the implementation of the...

Apr 24 2014

The reality of shifting emphasis and resources

Apr 30 2014

The evaluation of public sector land or assets may well need to be...

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