In 2011, the Northern Ireland Audit Office said it was doubtful whether the centre would break even in the long term, while accepting it would be initially popular.
What does NIAO stand for?
NIAO stands for Northern Ireland Audit Office
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- Northern Ireland Association for Mental Health
- National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (USA)
- National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
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- National Ice Age Network
- National Institute Against Nicotine Addiction
- National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology (Bangalore, India)
- Number of Injured Abdominal Organs (war injury assessment)
- National Insurance Agency Against Occupational Accidents (United Kingdom)
- New India Assurance Officers Association
- No Ifs Ands or Buts
- Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- National Information Assurance Partnership
- National Institute for Asia and the Pacific (Australian National University)
- National Integrity Action Plan (various locations)
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- Northern Ireland Agricultural Producers' Association (UK)
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These staggering fiscal failures have been uncovered by public watchdog body the Northern Ireland Audit Office (NIAO), which investigates how publicly funded organisations spend the tax payers' money.
The Parliamentary report by the Northern Ireland Audit Office identified prescription fraud as the greatest source of abuse in the health service with more than 95 per cent of the population claiming exemption from charges.
However, the Mirror understands a number of investigators are also unhappy after the way they are paid became the focus of a report by the Northern Ireland Audit Office.
The report highlighted irregularities found in projects examined by the Northern Ireland Audit Office, which gave rise to the PAC inquiry.