One of the studies is looking at the policy and capacity to test people for the coronavirus and at the public’s access to the tests. A second study zooms in on the risks to public finances as a result of the loans and guarantees granted. The third is directed at the support provided to large companies. It consists of two parts. The first is descriptive and summarises the lessons learned from past experience with government support. The second part studies how the lessons are being put to use when support is provided.
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Netherlands Court of Audit: public services benefit from earlier and clearer GDPR decisions
30-03-2023 | 16:00
Provision of public services is often below standard because implementing organisations look upon privacy rules (as laid down in ...
Corona Account: total expenditure of €87.6 billion in 2020-2023
06-12-2022 | 13:00
Less money was spent to combat the COVID-19 crisis in 2022 than budgeted. Expenditure will fall further in 2023. The Budget ...
First letters commenting on draft budgets 2023
28-09-2022 | 09:00
The Netherlands Court of Audit sends letters every year with points for attention that parliament can consider in its debate of ...
Increase in expenditure on corona measures
01-04-2021 | 00:00
Total expenditure on support measures relating to the COVID-19 crisis for the period 2020-2021 has risen to €66.1 billion. This ...
Part of government expenditure on Covid-19 support deferred until 2021
10-12-2020 | 10:00
The government is expected to spend a total of €31.4 billion in 2020 on mitigating the consequences of the coronavirus crisis. ...
Government inconsistently applying rules on sureties and loans during corona crisis
25-11-2020 | 11:00
Parliament sometimes does not receive full information until after it votes The State of the Netherlands has provided sureties ...