Angus Council needs to up the pace of change if it is to meet its £26.5million savings target, an Accounts Commission report says today. The local government spending watchdog found that...
Social work in Scotland is at a watershed and the public and service users must be more involved in shaping future provision. A new report by the Accounts Commission, the local government...
Meetings of the Accounts Commission are open to the public. As space in our meeting venue is limited, it is helpful if you can phone ahead on 0131 625 1500. Visit our page on attending meetings for more information.
Housing benefit audit
The Accounts Commission has responsibility for auditing housing and council tax benefit services in Scotland. Read more...
The Commission meets approximately monthly. Its meetings are open to the public.
The Commission's work covers a wide range of issues, including: