Sharing our approach to report writing

Well here I am in Berlin. Sure makes a change from starting the day on the M4 in South Wales. I have been invited here to make a presentation and run a workshop as part of a two day conference hosted by the rather grandly named European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law. The event…

Shining a light on workplace whistleblowing

This morning I’m travelling back to North Wales from London having attended the Whistleblowing Commission’s Report launch last night in Westminster. Oddly enough I can get home an hour earlier from London compared to my usual journey from the WAO office in Cardiff. The Whistleblowing Commission was established earlier this year to take evidence on…

A Code of Audit Practice: Not as dry as you’d think

Written by Huw Vaughan Thomas, Auditor General for Wales. To some, the world of public sector audit seems a dry and dusty one: An austere environment of number crunching, pen pushing, filing – all washed down with copious amounts of tea and coffee. But it’s not …. or at least that’s only a tiny fraction…