Evidence gathered during a National Assembly for Wales inquiry into the conduct of the Wales Audit Office whilst under the leadership of the former Auditor General, Mr Jeremy Colman, will be handed to police for further investigation.
The Public Accounts Committee found the then Auditor General for Wales had allegedly "fallen far below standards expected of a high-ranking public official with regards to his conduct and management of the Audit Office between 2005 and 2009."
A new report claims the Committee had been misled about the true financial picture of the Wales Audit Office by the former Auditor General, Mr Colman, and in particular the proper disclosure of early severance packages in the annual accounts.
My comment: Hiding Fat Cat severance packages?
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