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Swift and well-organised start to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
The Dutch government has firmly committed itself to the worldwide achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development ...
Ministers frequently underestimate their income
Ministries receive income from a variety of sources, not only taxes. An audit report published by the Netherlands Court of Audit ...
Ewout Irrgang joins the Netherlands Court of Audit
Ewout Irrgang (41) was inaugurated as a Board member at an extraordinary meeting of the Board of the Netherlands Court of Audit ...
Court of Audit’s Secretary-General moves to AFM
Secretary-General Ellen van Schoten (51), the Netherlands Court of Audit’s most senior manager, is leaving the Court of Audit to ...
Seeking an insight into socially responsible government procurement
Government information on socially responsible procurement of goods and services open to improvement.
Data will spark transparency in government spending
Transparency in government spending can benefit enormously from a wider use of open data. In future years, more advanced ...
Too little is known about the impact of central government policy; concerns about staffing levels and ICT; still questions about the Tax and Customs Administration
Accountability audit: Netherlands Court of Audit signals momentum for improvement
Former President of the Netherlands Court of Audit, Saskia J. Stuiveling, dies aged 71
It is with great sadness that the Netherlands Court of Audit announces the death of S.J. (Saskia) Stuiveling (b. 1945) on 20 ...
Impact and cost of six out of ten tax schemes not known
Court of Audit investigates 213 tax deductions, exemptions and credits
Employee Insurance Agency working satisfactorily, but the future is less certain
Changing political ambitions frustrate mediation on job market