Recent audit reports

November 2022

Report on how the Danish Ministry of Culture managed COVID-19 relief packages

The purpose of the study is to assess whether the Ministry of Culture has managed the three largest COVID-19 relief packages in a satisfactory manner. 

November 2022

Report on passenger benefits resulting from railway investments

The purpose of the study is to assess whether the Ministry of Transport has set clear targets for passenger benefits and has determined whether the projects met their targets. 

November 2022

Report on the regions’ management of hospital building maintenance

The purpose of the study is to assess whether the regions have managed the task of maintaining hospital buildings appropriately.

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Co-operation

The role of the Public Accounts Committee

The six members of the Public Accounts Committee are appointed by the Parliament and have – as the only external body – authority to ask Rigsrevisionen to carry out major studies of particular policy areas. The committee members meet once a month to review and comment on the reports and memorandums prepared by Rigsrevisionen. Most importantly, the committee reviews Rigsrevisionen’s annual report on the audit of the public accounts and forwards its comments to the accounts to the Parliament.

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