Audit Commission

Audit Commission and Eric Pickles
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Pickles: 100% of public audit to private sector

Audit Commission in-house work will be farmed out up to the private sector in the next financial year

28 Jul 2011

People's Audit Commission

Audit Commission's glasnost revolution

In an abrupt policy change, the Audit Commission has thrown open its expenses to public scrutiny

18 Jul 2011

Audit Commission expenses volte-face

Accountancy Age FOI request reveals thousands of pounds of executives' expenses went unpublished: commission changes policy to include more expenditure

15 Jul 2011

Audit Commission reports on pennies saved

The Audit Commission's annual report is keen to demonstrate the savings being made at the doomed public audit provider

13 Jul 2011

Local government 'unprepared' for audit changes

KPMG's survey shows 44% of local authorities lack the expertise to appoint their own auditors, while a further 24% are unsure of their abilities

13 Jul 2011

MPs 'disappointed' by Audit Commission axing

MPs and experts are disappointed at the summary execution of the Audit Commission, which they said is without justification

11 Jul 2011

ACCA blasts public audit plans

ACCA joined select committee in rubbishing government plans for future of local audit

07 Jul 2011

Block the Big Four from Audit Commission takeover

Local government committee wants no opportunity for commission's acquisition by the Big Four

07 Jul 2011

Independence 'vital' if local councils appoint auditors

Maintaining independence is crucial as local government moves one step closer to appointing own auditors, a panel has warned

07 Jul 2011

Audit Commission attacks public audit consultation

The Audit Commission has vociferously attacked a government consultation on the future of public audit

30 Jun 2011

Local public audit consultation ends on Thursday

Government one step nearer decision on future of public audit

29 Jun 2011

Ministers favour transfer of Audit Commission work to private sector

Local councils told: transferring public audits to the private sector preferred

02 Jun 2011

Public audit competition concerns don't wash with GT

15 Apr 2011

Is the Big Society too big for public audit?

The Audit Commission will soon breathe its last, and the question of how to make public audit appointments in future is being fiercely debated

13 Apr 2011

Public audit and the great independence debate

Firms are scrapping over the public audit, and local government can't get a word in edgeways

12 Apr 2011

Public audit – to mutual, or not to mutual?

Stakeholders are calling for a mutual to rise from the ashes of the Audit Commission, but how realistic is the prospect, and what are the issues to consider?

11 Apr 2011

Audit Commission minister leaves observers in awe

05 Apr 2011

Scrapping Audit Commission risks market concentration, warns think-tank

NLGN warns the government that the danger of messing up reform of the Audit Commission could be market concentration and ineffective audit

05 Apr 2011

Minister claims abolition of Audit Commission is 'on track'

Minister accuses Audit Commission staff of vested interest in extending timetable for abolition

05 Apr 2011

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The Practitioner: 'Tis the season to tidy up

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AS2014: Osborne's reforms sensible - IoD

Sensible reforms preface more radical tax policies in next parliament, writes Institute of Directors' head of taxation Stephen Herring

#AS2014: ACCA still concerned over public coffers, despite spending plans

Government's spending plans give false impression of state of the UK's finances, writes ACCA's Chas Roy-Chowdhury

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Taking Stock: Massaging the figures

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Colin: Using Google to make money out of the net

Colin thinks Osborne's latest tax wheeze means he is not such a bad egg after all

Taking Stock: Daddy issues at French Duncan

Taking Stock spares a though for Alasdair Cairns, who has just gained a new boss. His dad.

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