Members of the public in Guernsey are being invited to have their say on how the States of Guernsey should improve the way it does its business.
'Embed sustainable development in all decisions', says Auditor General
Jeremy Colman has resigned from his post as Auditor General for Wales.
The Wales Audit Office is pleased to welcome Gillian Body to the role of interim Auditor General for Wales.
TRUST has organised a one day conference on Improving Quality and Safety in Emergency and Unscheduled Healthcare, at which we will be speaking
Gwent Police Authority is 'performing well and is in a strong position to further improve', according to a new report released today by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) and the Wales Audit Office
The Wales Audit Office is asking members of the public for the first time what topics they think it should be looking into over the next few years.
Auditor Generals summary of responses to the fees consultation
'Wales must change and innovate if it is to deliver in a harsh financial climate', says new Auditor General
We've joined forces with the Audit Commission and HMIC to examine police resources for publication later this year.
The first round of our new Improvement Assessments in local government is well underway. It marks a move to more consistent and comprehensive reviews, along with reports that focus on the citizen.
Joint Wales Audit Office and Assembly Government audit review published
The Code applies both to the work of appointed auditors of local government bodies, and to the work of the Auditor General
You are invited to give your views to inform a Wales Audit Office national study. Click here to find out more and to send in your views.
The Wales Audit Office is joining Ffynnon - the Welsh Assembly Government's Knowledge Management and Business Change programme.
"Public bodies still need to learn lessons when funding small private sector firms", says Auditor General
It has also resulted in the successful prosecution of 28 fraudsters
Welsh land and buildings not delivering value for money, says Auditor General
Auditor General launches online good practice guidance
We are currently advertising for suppliers of employment legal and related services for the Wales Audit Office.
But recent changes have the potential to remedy weaknesses in planning and management of capital investment, says Auditor General for Wales
Procedures for reviewing applications were not robust enough, says Auditor General
A range of tools and online questionnaires published today will help police services to improve value for money.
But schools still making good use of funds, says Auditor General for Wales
Huw Vaughan Thomas takes up post
Plans will make WAO more 'transparent, accountable and open', says Huw Vaughan Thomas
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Limited improvements to services since 2005 Wales Audit Office review