The report examines whether the NHS is on track to achieve financial sustainability.
Our study evaluates how far the government has an effective system for measuring progress towards its environmental objectives.
Our report examines whether local governance arrangements provide assurance that local authority spending achieves value and authorities are financially sustainable
The number of NHS and local government bodies with weaknesses in their arrangements for delivering value for money is increasing.
This morning the head of the NAO, Sir Amyas Morse, gave evidence in a joint sitting of the Treasury and Work and Pensions Committees on the Motability scheme. Following which, he said: “I am releasing this statement as it is an unusual set of circumstances. I was called upon by a former Secretary of State … Read more
Gareth Davies has today been put forward by the Prime Minister and the Chair of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) as the next Comptroller & Auditor General (C&AG) of the National Audit Office (NAO). The new C&AG will take up post from 1 June 2019, at which point he will also become chief executive of … Read more
This report examines whether the Bank of England has a sufficiently ambitious strategy for developing efficient and cost-effective Central Services.
This sets out the role, costs and performance of CCGs, the changing commissioning landscape and the future of CCGs.
We have reviewed the Army’s implementation of the Recruiting Partnering Project and its management of the contract with Capita.
The C&AG has published his audit opinions for 2017-18 on the 1993, 2003 and 2012 Child Maintenance Schemes