Audit is an essential element in the process of accountability for public money and makes an important contribution to the stewardship of public resources and the corporate governance of public services.
Audit in the public sector is underpinned by three fundamental principles:
• auditors are appointed independently from the bodies being audited;
• the scope of auditors’ work is extended to cover not only the audit of financial statements but also value for money and the conduct of public business; and
• auditors may report aspects of their work widely to the public and other key stakeholders.
Below you will find our most recent Audits. If there is a particular Audit you’re looking for that you can’t find please contact us.
|Environmental Management System – Internal Audit Final Report||Internal Audit Review||February 2019|
|Internal Audit – General Data Protection Regulations||Internal Audit Review||February 2019|
|Internal Audit Report – MRWA Veolia Contract||Internal Audit Review||November 2018|
|Internal Audit Report – Follow up of recommendations||Internal Audit Review||September 2018|
|Internal Audit Report – MRWA Financial systems||Internal Audit Review||September 2018|
|Internal Audit Report – RRC||Internal Audit Review||September 2018|
|External Audit Findings 17/18||External Audit||July 2018|
|Internal Audit – WMRC Contract arrangements||Internal Audit Review||April 2018|
|Internal Audit Plan 2018/19||Internal Audit Review||April 2018|