• A mature woman using a laptop computer at home.
    More households in Wales now have access to the internet but some people are being left behind
  • car under flood water
    Greater urgency needed to deal with the challenges facing flood risk management
  • image of report and magnifying glass
    Auditor General publishes report on payment to the Welsh Government’s former Permanent Secretary
  • Image of a person wearing gloves with their hands over a radiator
    Welsh Government’s Warm Homes Programme needs to be greener, clearer and more tightly managed
  • Laptop icon
    NHS Wales Accounts show an accurate reflection of finances for the past year
  • Town centre
    Overwhelming response to our #YourTown survey earlier this year
  • Person working on laptop
    Welsh Government in-sourcing of ICT services managed well, but full benefits not yet realised
  • person in classroom
    Consequences for learners’ progress and school budgets if teachers’ absence from the classroom not managed well
  • Image of Beter Law making publication covers
    Better Law Making: our latest think piece
    Drawing on its post-legislative examination of four significant laws, in conjunction with five very recent reports, Audit Wales considers some of t
  • Avoiding a return to rough sleeping after the pandemic
  • Some positive progress but auditor general unable to give a clean bill of health to four health board accounts for fourth year running
  • Cost increases and delays on the A465 Section 2 road improvement
  • Planning services under-resourced and underperforming
    Planning services in Wales are struggling to manage a complex system in the face of insufficient capacity and reducing resources.
  • ‘No-deal’ Brexit planning is being ramped up, but the picture varies across Wales’ public services
    Planning for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit is being taken seriously across Wales and many public bodies have ramped up their efforts since the summer of 2018,
  • Inadequacies in governance and financial management at two community councils
    The Auditor General for Wales has today (30 January 2019) published reports in the public interest highlighting inadequacies in governance, financi