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McMullan swells National Audit Office

The National Audit Office has recruited former Kent Council director of finance Lynda McMullan as assistant auditor general

THE NATIONAL AUDIT Office has bolstered its ranks with new assistant auditor general, Lynda McMullan.

Formerly director of finance at Kent County Council, she has worked in local government for 20 years and will take up her new position next month.

NAO chief Amyas Morse said McMullan will contribute “her extensive local government experience into our organisation as the importance of local service provision becomes ever clearer. At a time of significant change in the public sector, she will bring a fresh perspective to our work.”

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