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Finance and budget

The Finance and Delivery Department provides a diverse range of services in support of the Council's key objectives.

These encompass the provision of a sound financial management platform underpinning Council service delivery and corporate service planning, the administration of Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction, management of the Authority's investments, preparation of budget and accounts as well as the provision of an internal Audit service.

Council Budget

These are the Council's budgets for the current and previous years.

Statement of Accounts & Sustainable Development Reports

The Statement of Accounts is the statutory summary of the Council's financial affairs for the financial year and is prepared in accordance with the local government Accounting Code of Practice (ACOP).

National Fraud Initiative - Fair Processing notice

The City and County of Swansea is required by law to protect the public funds it administers. It may share information provided to it with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds, in order to prevent and detect fraud.

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Sustainable Swansea budget proposals

Continuing the Conversation: have your say about the council's detailed budget proposal to create smarter, leaner and more efficient services in the years ahead.

Section 52 Budget Statement

Local Education Authorities (LEAs) are required, under Section 52 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998, to prepare a Budget Statement each financial year.

ERW statement of accounts and governance

The ERW final statement of accounts for 2014/15 and their annual governance statement.

State aid

Details of schemes where the council has provided or may in the future provide support which would be covered by European State Aid Rules.

Fraud

The term 'fraud' commonly includes activities such as theft, corruption, conspiracy, and bribery. Fraud is a criminal act or omission of deception intended for personal gain or to cause a loss to another person or organisation.

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