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Report on the Danish ministries’ work with the UN Sustainable Development Goals in Denmark
In 2015, the 193 UN member countries adopted the UN Resolution on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) encompass 169 targets and 244 indicators designed to measure progress made towards achievement of the SDGs. In 2017, the Danish government at the time published a national action plan for following upon the SDGs.
Report on the construction of the Niels Bohr Building
The purpose of the study is therefore to assess, whether the Ministry of Transport and Housing, including the Building and Property Agency and the Danish Road Directorate, has managed changes to the construction of the Niels Bohr Building in a satisfactory manner.
Report on management of benefits in government IT projects
The purpose of the study is to assess whether the ministries' realisation of IT project benefits has been satisfactory. Are the ministries adequately monitoring and tracking the benefits realisation of their IT projects? Do the ministries have an adequate basis for their expectations in regard to planned IT project benefits?
Report on the effort made to engage vulnerable young adults in education
The purpose of this cross-departmental study is to assess whether the Ministry of Employment and the Ministry of Children and Education have made a satisfactory effort to ensure that vulnerable young adults complete an education.
Report on access to specialist palliative care
The purpose of the study is to assess whether patients, when required, have access to specialist palliative care. It is Rigsrevisionen's assessment that the regions have not adequately ensured that patients, when required, have access to specialist palliative care, which may have the consequence that the patients' symptoms are not effectively relieved towards the end of their life.
Report on the audit of the Danish government's administration in 2019
Rigsrevisionen's annual audit of the government's administration in selected areas is based on an assessment of the risk that the ministries are not complying with the rules or supporting economic, efficient and effective administration. In the course of a five-year period, our work plan ensures that essential transactions, processes or systems pertaining to the administration are audited.
Report on the audit of the Danish public accounts for 2019
The purpose of the audits has been to assess whether the information presented by the government departments in the public accounts is correct. We have also checked whether the departments are complying with the terms of appropriations.
Report on the Danish Defence's management of staffing levels
The purpose of the study is to assess whether the Ministry of Defence has ensured a satisfactory balance between operations and manning levels in the Navy and the Air Force. Has the ministry ensured satisfactory manning levels in the Navy and the Air Force? Has the ministry ensured education and training of sufficient personnel for the Navy and the Air Force?
Report on the government's use and control of labour clauses in public contracts
To ensure that services paid for by the government are provided under fair wages and working conditions, government institutions are required to include labour clauses in contracts with public sector suppliers, in accordance with a circular on labour clauses in public contracts.
Rigsrevisionen audits public spending on behalf of the Danish parliament and seeks to strengthen the accountability of public administration to the benefit of the citizens. We audit the government accounts and financial statements of publicly funded enterprises, and verify the legality and effective use of public funds. We conduct our audits in compliance with the Danish standards for public-sector auditing.
Summaries of the reports that will be discussed at the Public Accounts Committee meeting on 20 November 2020 will be posted here.