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In common with many other websites, the NAO website sometimes stores small amounts of data on your computer when you visit our site to remember if you’ve been to the website before. This is done by saving small data files known as “cookies” on your machine. Cookies are very important to help us make online […]

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July 26, 2021

In common with many other websites, the NAO website sometimes stores small amounts of data on your computer when you visit our site to remember if you’ve been to the website before.

This is done by saving small data files known as “cookies” on your machine. Cookies are very important to help us make online services easier to use, to monitor the use of our site and to help improve the service to you.

Below is a list of our cookies and explanation of what cookies are and why and how they are used by the NAO. It also explains how you can manage cookies if you have concerns about their use.

Managing cookies

At National Audit Office, your use of our site is important to us and we feel the cookies that we use help to enrich your visitor experience. It is our intent to make sure that you are happy with the information we provide, so that you continue to use our site. Cookies set across our site, by ourselves or partners, can be session or persistent cookies and may be set by different technologies, such as JavaScript or Flash. If you would like to ‘opt out’ of the cookies set by our site, this can be accomplished subject to browser settings. Please note, you may reduce site operation or functions if you limit the cookies.

If you have any questions, require additional clarification around our use of cookies or wish to discuss how we are embracing online privacy, please email us at webmaster@nao.org.uk.