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21 April 2016
Our audit found that the performance-based funding of the judiciary system introduced in 2002 had helped control costs. The Minister of Security and Justice, however, stopped implementing the system of performance-based funding as originally intended in 2010. A mixed funding model is now in place. The consequences for the quality of the judiciary are uncertain. These findings are presented in our report Funding the Judiciary System: consequences for efficiency.
31 March 2016
The Court of Audit has been examining developments in the use of Official Development Assistance (ODA) since 2011. This year we looked at the funds disbursed through the private sector. We found that the private financing channel provided opportunities for sustainable growth in developing countries but was also labour intensive. These findings are presented in our report, Monitoring development cooperation policy: the private financing channel.
31 March 2016
The SHO has adapted it annual reports and improved the accounts it keeps of the aid the Netherlands donated to Haiti. We also found that the SHO and its members could keep their accounts more efficiently and transparently if they had used simpler allocation rules, uniform definitions and more open data. We present our findings in the fifth and final report in a series: Final Accounts for Haiti Aid Donations 2010-2014.
24 March 2016
The availability of open data has doubled in the past year but the increase has been due chiefly to the inclusion of data from Statistics Netherlands on data.overheid.nl. Apart from this, few datasets have been opened up, while many more could be. The government is missing opportunities. These findings are presented in the Court of Audit’s Open Data Trend Report 2016, our third report on open data.
11 February 2016
Since 2013, the Tax and Customs Administration has been allocated an additional budget of €150 million per annum to carry out more checks of tax returns and collect more tax.. The Court of Audit has investigated whether the Administration’s business case to increase the total tax revenue it collects has been successful.
4 February 2016
Municipalities and school boards are responsible for some 10,000 primary and secondary school buildings. The challenges they face, such as the sharp fall in pupil numbers and the arrival of needs-based education, are making high demands on them. But the system contains no incentives for them to work together efficiently for the long term. These findings are presented in our report, Primary and Secondary School Buildings: a practical audit.