• Gwynedd Harlech aerial view
    Fraud at community council highlights importance of following proper governance and financial management processes
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    COVID-19 business support in 2020-21
    Following the Auditor General’s audit of the accounts of Welsh Ministers, we have prepared an additional memorandum.
  • NHS Wales Finances Data Tool
    Continued COVID-19 response alongside growing patient demand keeps NHS funding growing as three health boards breach financial duties again
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    Auditor General qualifies his audit opinions on Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s 2021-22 Accounts
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    Serious failings in financial management and governance found at town council
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    Financial Sustainability data tool
    Our new data tool, published today, enables users to compare financial data for each council, national park and fire and rescue authority in Wales
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    The road to net zero
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    Auditor General presenting on good governance in the public sector at ICAEW webinar
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    Shining a light on the Welsh Government’s 2019-20 accounts
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    Future Audit Arrangements for Community and Town Councils in Wales
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    £8m of fraud and overpayments detected in Wales through National Fraud Initiative
  • It’s all in the data…
  • Public service leaders should give a higher priority to tackling fraud in Wales
  • Accounts qualified at a third of town and community councils
  • Unlawful spending at two councils exceeds £290,000
    Two councils have incurred unlawful expenditure of over £290,000, according to reports issued today (6 November 2019) by the Auditor General for Wa