Current standard of financial management “disappointing” at too many town and community councils in Wales
Auditor General calls for urgent action, as the amount of money local councils manage continues to increase
The Welsh Government’s youth discounted bus fare scheme
Auditor General examines Welsh Government’s ‘MyTravelPass’ scheme, with questions raised about value for money
Local government needs to do more to develop a strong data culture
The maturity of local government in use of data
Fiscal Devolution in Wales: devolved taxes and Welsh rates of income tax
Wales “working well” to implement fiscal devolution
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