Court of Audit

Court of Audit 200 years 1814-2014
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The Court of Audit checks that the government spends public funds and conducts policy as intended.

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  • Newsitem | 16 April 2014

    Court of Audit: open data map of protected nature areas

    If businesses, municipalities, provinces or other public bodies want to carry out a construction project, including road building, they must know whether their plans fall within a protected nature area or not.

  • Constitution Festival: new portrait of King Willem-Alexander

    The Court of Audit will present a new portrait of King Willem-Alexander to the public during the Constitution Festival on Saturday 29 March. The portrait has been made from 5,000 one euro cent coins. It was officially unveiled on Thursday 27 March. Portraits of all the other heads of State will also be on display on Saturday in room 1814 at the Court of Audit's offices at Lange Voorhout 8 in The Hague. This year marks the bicentenary of the Court of Audit's inclusion in the Constitution as a High Council of State.

  • Newsitem | 27 March 2014

    More open data: benefits for the public, business and government

    'The government must actively take the lead in opening up its digital data,' announced the Court of Audit's President, Saskia J. Stuiveling, on the publication of the first Open Data Trend Report.

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