Conwy County Borough Council – Working with the Third Sector (image shows publication cover)
We did this assessment as part of the 2020-21 Audit Plan to review Conwy County Borough Council’s arrangements for working with the third sector in the delivery of…
Vale of Glamorgan Council – Annual Audit Summary 2021 (image shows publication cover)
This is our audit summary for the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
It shows the work…
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council – Annual Audit Summary 2021 (image shows publication cover)
This is our audit summary for Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council.
It shows the work…
Vale of Glamorgan Council – Third Sector Partnership Working (image shows publication cover)
Our review sought to answer the question: Are the Council’s arrangements with the third sector effectively supporting the Council to achieve its…
Pembrokeshire County Council – Follow-up Review of Corporate Arrangements for Safeguarding (image shows publication cover)
In May 2019 we published a report entitled Review of Corporate Arrangements for Safeguarding – Pembrokeshire County Council. That report included ten proposals…
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board – Radiology Services: Update on Progress (image shows publication cover)
We undertook a high-level assessment of the progress made by the Health Board to address recommendations in our 2017 report on its radiology…
Emergency services in Wales have a long history of working collaboratively, but a step change is needed if they are to make best use of their resources
Innovative partnership working has helped save money and reduced local response times, but there is more that can be done.
On 16 December 2021, the Finance Skills Development Group held their 5th Finance for the Future conference, exploring the theme of Public Services in a Time of Crisis.
Process that led to a departure payment to the Chief Executive of Pembrokeshire County Council represented a serious breakdown in governance
The Council has taken action to improve its governance and decision making though much work is still needed
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