Welsh audit is bucking the trend

This article was first published in Public Finance. Wales has worked hard to ensure it has an audit system that can be relied upon and that continues to develop, writes Auditor General for Wales, Adrian Crompton Trust in public bodies requires effective public audit. Wales has a public audit system that can be trusted and…

Releasing open data – — Good Practice Exchange at The Wales Audit Office

Darllenwch y flogbost yn Gymraeg How can organisations release Open Data? Dyfrig Williams looks at the process of making the data behind the Wales Audit Office’s Local Government Financial Statements report freely available, and shares the dataset at the bottom of this post. I’ve previously blogged on how the Wales Audit Office is looking to […]…

WFG Act Early Adopters: Six months on…

Originally posted on Good Practice Exchange at The Wales Audit Office: Hazel Clatworthy and Matthew Gatehouse, Monmouthshire County Council, presented at a shared learning seminar on the Future Generations Act back in March, when the legislation hadn’t actually come into force.  Their experience was based on their work as “early adopters” of the Act. Six…