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Auditors from 36 countries take course on auditing government management of oil and gas contracts
A special course developed by the Netherlands Court of Audit for auditors examining the way in which their governments manage oil ...
Better quality control and more public understanding of government algorithms needed
Netherlands Court of Audit develops audit framework The government, like private companies, is making increasing use of ...
Recommendations in peer review of the Netherlands Court of Audit contribute to strategy for 2021-2025 and consultations with Parliament
At the request of the Netherlands Court of Audit, the national audit offices of Sweden, the United Kingdom and Canada carried out ...
Strategic choices: trust in accountability
In its new strategy for 2021-2025, the Netherlands Court of Audit will conduct its audits more specifically from the perspective ...
Data errors hamper enforcement of environmental rules
Typing errors, records entered under different names and inconsistent address details are hampering the enforcement of ...
Timely introduction of EU VAT rules on e-commerce serious challenge to Tax and Customs Administration
In a letter to the House of Representatives, the Netherlands Court of Audit writes of its concerns that new EU VAT rules on the ...
Audit request from the House of Representatives honoured
The Netherlands Court of Audit has honoured a request from the House of Representatives to audit information security at the ...
There is too much information, not too little
Is the benefits scandal unique? Or can fixed political and parliamentary patterns be identified?
EU audit offices hampered in their ability to audit bank resolution
Supreme audit institutions in the euro area were unable to inspect all the documents they needed to examine to audit the ...
Netherlands Court of Audit appoints Annemarie Jansen as new Director of Operations
The Netherlands Court of Audit has appointed Annemarie Jansen as its new Director of Operations with effect from 1 February 2021.