News - ICT and open data
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Cyber security of border controls at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is not adequate
An audit by the Netherlands Court of Audit has revealed that the cyber security of the border controls operated by Dutch border ...
Citizens and businesses not yet at centre of basic registers
Citizens and businesses find it too complicated to correct errors in the government’s basic registers. They still cannot report ...
Tax and Customs Administration books good results using risk models to check returns
Data-driven selection of high risk tax returns benefits the public purse The Tax and Customs Administration has successfully ...
Growth in cross-border e-commerce making great demands on Tax and Customs Administration
Rapid economic globalisation is making great demands on the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration’s efforts to ensure that VAT is ...
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 ...
Greater stability and modest improvements in ICT systems in the police service
Court of Audit warns that system renewal is at risk
Renewal of electronic identification system does not yet satisfy all conditions
House of Representatives poorly positioned to assess government decisions on new identification system
Rise of open government data ‘unstoppable’
Steady progress but publication of open data still fragmented and one-sided
Small errors in basic registers can have big consequences
Fragmented approach to combating fraud with basic registers
Comments on remarks made during the parliamentary ICT enquiry
In a letter to the House of Representatives, the Court of Audit has commented on remarks made by third parties about the cost of ...