Netherlands Court of Audit gradually reopening its office
The Netherlands Court of Audit began to gradually reopen its office building on Monday 15 June. Working from home remains the rule but work will be resumed on Lange Voorhout in The Hague in a phased and controlled manner.
The Court’s offices have been closed since Wednesday 18 March in order to prevent the spread of the new corona virus. The building on Lange Voorhout has been adapted to come back into use in phases. Workplaces and meeting rooms have been modified and rules introduced on the maximum number of people allowed in individual offices and the building. The Court’s measures comply with the guidelines set by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. To ease the pressure on public transport, opening times have also been changed; appointments will now be made between 10.00 and 16.00 hours.
The necessary consultation and contacts with audited institutions (mainly ministries) have been chiefly digital in recent months. Consultation with the House of Representatives (with due regard for all precautionary measures) has also been digital. Visits to the Court will be severely restricted (only the absolutely necessary) and by appointment only.
If you wish to contact the Court of Audit, please do so by email. Staff can be contacted directly only if you know their mobile telephone numbers. If you do not know who to contact or how, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in touch with the right person as quickly as possible.