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This is the seventh annual report on local government bodies’ financial statements in Wales for 2016-17.
A checklist for Board Members
On behalf of the Auditor General for Wales, we have examined whether the National Procurement Service (NPS) is helping to deliver value for money in public spending and is fit for the future.
An assessment of progress made against our 2017-18 Annual Plan
In March 2016, the National Assembly’s Finance Committee recommended that the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013 (the Act) be amended to clarify the audit fee charging requirements for the Wales Audit Office.
For each financial year, Section 20 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013 requires the Auditor General and the Wales Audit Office to jointly prepare an estimate of the income and expenses of the Wales Audit Office.
For each financial year, we must submit an annual estimate of its income and expenditure to the Finance Committee of the National Assembly.
We have examined whether there is evidence that current procurement arrangements in Wales are helping to deliver value for money in public spending and are fit for the future.
This report is designed primarily to provide insight, share existing practice and prompt further conversations and discussions between councils and other organisations.
We have examined whether the Welsh Government has put in place effective arrangements to manage the Supporting People Programme and ensure it is delivering high-quality and appropriately-targeted services.