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House of Representatives nominates Pieter Duisenberg as member of the Court of Audit’s Board
The House of Representatives agreed on 9 May 2023 to the nomination of Pieter Duisenberg as new member of the Netherlands Court ...
No control of failing youth protection
The Dutch government transferred responsibility for youth protection to municipalities in 2015. Its aim was to reduce the overall ...
No follow-up audit of public broadcasting
The Netherlands Court of Audit informed the House of Representatives by letter of 6 April 2023 that it would not honour a request ...
Netherlands Court of Audit: public services benefit from earlier and clearer GDPR decisions
Provision of public services is often below standard because implementing organisations look upon privacy rules (as laid down in ...
Activity report on 2022: back to normal
The Netherlands Court of Audit returned to “normal” in 2022. Audits were carried out on location more often, collaboration from ...
Digital identity tool for citizens: goals achieved but still uncertainty about future log-in tools
DigiD and eHerkenning are extremely popular log-in tools for citizens and businesses to access online government services. They ...
Paying off debt to the government: improve customised payment schemes for vulnerable citizens
Arbitrary tax schemes; little thought for living expenses The 3 largest government debt collectors in the Netherlands give little ...
Four candidates to fill Board vacancy at Netherlands Court of Audit
A list of four candidates has been drawn up to fill the vacancy on the Court of Audit’s Board. The Court forwarded its list of ...
Netherlands Court of Audit presents inaugural Thesis Prize to historian Timen Sijens
Timen Sijens (Groningen University) has won the Netherlands Court of Audit’s very first Thesis Prize for his thesis on the ...
Defence real estate plan poorly explained
The Ministry of Defence’s Strategic Real Estate Plan (SVP) is intended to put an end to long-lasting problems regarding the ...