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Audit of 9 government algorithms finds 6 do not meet basic requirements
Responsible use of algorithms by government agencies is possible but not always the case in practice. The Netherlands Court of ...
Regularity of expenditure under more pressure
Corona crisis key factor The regularity of nearly 5% of all commitments for future expenditure made by the Dutch government in ...
Policy on care fraud is mainly to hold meetings
Little action on suspected fraud: likelihood of detection low Measures to combat fraud involving public care funds rarely if ever ...
Tax and Customs Administration making fewer tax adjustments for false self-employment
False self-employment at low risk of detection The Tax and Customs Administration’s approach to false self-employment in the ...
Rounding off and looking forward in times of corona
For the Netherlands Court of Audit, the past year was one of rounding off and looking forward. We rounded off major topics that ...
Quality of forensic care provided to convicts
It is uncertain whether the forensic care provided to convicts helps their recovery and stops them reoffending. The information ...
Netherlands Court of Audit to audit the cost to the government of the downing of flight MH17
The Netherlands Court of Audit will audit the costs incurred by the Dutch government as a result of the downing of Malaysia ...
Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation steps down as chair of INTOSAI
The Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation relinquished its presidency of INTOSAI, the international organisation of supreme ...
Limited effect of Inspection Reports
Audit of 3 reports issued by the Justice and Security Inspectorate finds limited effect on tackling problems implementing laws ...
Agreements needed to monitor social outcomes of government policy
In a letter to parliament of 13 January 2022, the Court of Audit writes that the House of Representatives and the government ...