SCOTLAND'S crisis-hit arts funding body has been told it still needs to do "further work" on improving its management.
SCOTLAND'S crisis-hit arts funding body has been told it still needs to do \"further work\" on improving its management.
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Phil Miller Arts Correspondent
Creative Scotland, which last year was heavily criticised by hundreds of artists, has been told by auditors that it needs to develop a framework for the management of the performance of the organisation.
The audit, carried out by KPMG for Audit Scotland and which is due to be published later this month, also strongly suggests the body should adopt the "best value" system used in local authorities to achieve the best results of spending public money and measuring its policies and systems.
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