News - Misuse and improper use
9 news items on Misuse and improper use
Netherlands Court of Audit: public services benefit from earlier and clearer GDPR decisions
Provision of public services is often below standard because implementing organisations look upon privacy rules (as laid down 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 ...
More consideration for preventing misuse of the NOW furlough scheme
Investigation by the Netherlands Court of Audit To prevent misuse of the new round of the NOW furlough scheme, more applications ...
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 implementing right policy to check tax returns but lacks information on optimal capacity
Focus enforcement more on SMEs and on information on large corporations
Increase in investments to combat money laundering, insight into results still inadequate
As in 2008 government policy goals still uncertain and lacking direction
Boost to combating VAT fraud
FIOD figures reveal decline in size of carousel fraud
Inadequate overview of measures to combat alcohol and tobacco excise duty fraud
The common European policy on excise duty is not preventing fraud involving excise duties on tobacco products and alcoholic ...