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National Audit Office report: National Audit Office Annual Report 2010

National Audit Office Annual Report 2010

Our work in the year led to audited financial impacts of £890 million, to improved services to citizens, and to increased transparency and accountability.

“Our audit of government not only holds its departments and bodies to account, but also helps and supports them in pursuing improvement. That has long been our core conviction and it rests on solid evidence. What’s changed now is the strength of our ambition to apply the unique perspective of public audit to help Parliament and government to drive lasting improvement in public services.” Amyas Morse Comptroller and Auditor General

(From the Foreword to the Annual Report 2010)

 

“Our audit of government not only holds its departments and bodies to account, but also helps and supports them in pursuing improvement. That has long been our core conviction and it rests on solid evidence.

What’s changed now is the strength of our ambition to apply the unique perspective of public audit to help Parliament and government to drive lasting improvement in public services.”

Amyas Morse
Comptroller and Auditor General

(From the Foreword to the Annual Report 2010)

 

Publication details:

Published date: June 10, 2010