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Tackling problem debt

The national ombudsman, the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR) and the Court of Audit have highlighted ...

News item | 30-06-2016 | 12:04

Concerns about Defence, Tax and Customs Administration and control at Security and Justice

Fewer problems found in central government

News item | 18-05-2016 | 12:29

Modern government should provide more public insight

Five in-depth audits of government performance

News item | 18-05-2016 | 12:25

Judiciary system funded by mixed method

Dutch judiciary system funded by performance-based funding since 2002

News item | 21-04-2016 | 12:56

Adults with literacy and numeracy difficulties: gap between problem and government policy

Results of government policy on functional illiteracy uncertain

News item | 20-04-2016 | 12:57

Use of private companies to implement development cooperation spread over many countries and programmes

Minister has limited insight into impact of the use of private companies to implement development assistance policy

News item | 31-03-2016 | 12:59

Little information on budget reserves

Ministers increasingly using budget reserves to put money to one side

News item | 24-03-2016 | 13:02

Strategy 2016-2020: Trust based on understanding

In its strategic document for 2016-2020, the Court of Audit looks at recent developments inside and outside government and ...

News item | 24-03-2016 | 13:00

Modernisation of Government Accounts Act and Accountability Day

The Court of Audit welcomes the government’s announcement that it has agreed to a modernisation of the Government Accounts Act.

News item | 19-02-2016 | 13:04

Further information on aspects of the audit of central government accounts

In a letter to the House of Representatives of 18 February 2016, the Court of Audit provided more information on certain aspects ...

News item | 18-02-2016 | 13:06