Local government impact reports 2010/11
Audit Scotland aims to hold public bodies to account and to help them improve. Following the publication of our national reports, we assess what impact they have had in helping public bodies improve in the following areas: assurance and accountability; planning and management; economy and efficiency; and effectiveness and quality.
Commonwealth Games 2014 - Impact report
8 February 2011 for the Auditor General / Accounts Commission
Drug and alcohol services in Scotland - Impact report
21 July 2010 for the Auditor General / Accounts Commission
- Drug and alcohol services in Scotland - 12 month summary impact report (PDF | 163 KB)Opens in new window
The impact of the race equality duty on council services - Impact report
21 July 2010 for the Accounts Commission
- The impact of the race equality duty on council services - 12 month summary impact report (PDF | 146 KB)Opens in new window
Asset management - Impact report
1 June 2010 for the Accounts Commission
All councils agreed that the report was easy to read and tackled topical issues. Councils also agreed that the reports’ recommendations were relevant, justified and flowed from the report’s findings. Many councils have already begun to take action as a result of the report.