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NAO Diversity Annual Report 2014-15

This report summarises our progress over the third year of the 2012-2015 strategy. As part of our commitment to the Public Sector Equality Duty we also publish equality data in our separate ‘Equality Information’ report.

Published:
24 Jun 2015
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NAO Annual Report and Accounts 2014-15

The Annual Report highlights that, during 2014-15, we certified 442 accounts, published 65 major reports and supported 60 hearings of the Committee of Public Accounts. We have helped create £5.5 billion in savings across the public sector over the past five years, including £1.15 billion in 2014. Since 2010-11, we have reduced our net resource spend by 23%, after allowing for inflation.

Published:
16 Jun 2015
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NAO Diversity Annual Report 2013-14

Diversity makes good business sense to the NAO. To achieve our ambitious strategy we need high-performing employees, drawn from as diverse and wide a talent pool as possible, working collaboratively. Our work covers the full range of public services delivered to all citizens. As such we need to keep in view the fairness with which public services are delivered and reflect this in our work, where appropriate, if we are to understand what matters to service users. Finally, as a public body we have a legal obligation to eliminate unlawful discrimination and promote equality and good relations in our own organisation.

Published:
19 Jun 2014
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NAO Annual Report and Accounts 2013-14

The Annual Report highlights that, during 2013-14, we certified 427 accounts, published 66 value for money reports, supported 60 hearings of the Committee of Public Accounts and exceeded our cost reduction target. Our recommendations and reports helped government improve public services, and our work led to audited savings of almost £1.1 billion.

Published:
9 Jun 2014
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NAO Diversity Annual Report 2012-13

To achieve our ambitious strategy we need high performing staff, drawn from as diverse and wide a talent pool as possible who work collaboratively together. Public services are delivered to a diverse society and we should, therefore, reflect diversity considerations in our value-for-money work where this will help our clients improve their services. As a public body we also have a legal obligation to eliminate unlawful discrimination and promote equality and good relations in our own organisation.

Published:
14 Nov 2013
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Financial impacts from our work in 2012

The file contains all of the impacts of £5,000 or more which contribute to the overall total financial impacts claimed by the NAO of £1,186 million for 2012.

Financial impacts represent our estimate of the financial benefits achieved following implementation of the NAO’s recommendations to government.

Estimates are subject to internal quality assurance review, are agreed with senior management of the audited bodies and are independently validated by our external auditors.

Published:
29 May 2013