The Auditor General for Wales has this week contributed to a series of essays which seek to address the key role of public audit in the UK.
The pamphlet, entitled 'The Future of Public Audit', brings together the perspectives of academic experts and practitioners such as Amyas Morse (Comptroller and Auditor General of the UK), Robert Black (Auditor General for Scotland) and Steve Freer (Chief Executive of CIPFA).
To read the essay 'Part of the whole: public audit and the Welsh public service by Huw Vaughan Thomas please follow the link below
'Part of the whole: Public Audit and the Welsh Public Service'(PDF)
To read a copy of the pamphlet 'The Future of Public Audit' please follow the link below:
'The Future of Public Audit' (PDF)