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House of Representatives has only limited insight into consequences of spending cuts
The House of Representatives and the government must be alert to the accumulation of spending cuts at executive organisations.
Compliance with 850 hours standard creates paperwork
Improve educational results in secondary vocational education rather than the administrative process.
Conference of Public Private Partnership very successful
The Netherlands Court of Audit hosted an international conference of (Supreme) Audit Institutions: “Auditing Public Private ...
Supervision of European public procurement practice required
Splitting up contracts at odds with centralisation of government procurement
Health care and education agreements with BES islands observed
Relationship between Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba with The Hague assessed in two sectors
Not all climate change risks covered by policy
Costs will be higher if measures are postponed, action required by new government
Further improvement in SHO's accounts of Haiti aid donations
Aid organisations making slow progress in Haiti, some projects delayed
Budget support requires consistency from the Netherlands
Court of Audit publishes background study on budget support for developing countries
The Netherlands complies with international waste shipment regulations but has limited insight into impact on illegal flows
Public Prosecution Service decides not to prosecute a third of infringements of European environmental regulation.
Boost to combating VAT fraud
FIOD figures reveal decline in size of carousel fraud