Recent audit reports

February 2021

Report on the effort to reduce the use of force in psychiatric care

The purpose of the study is to assess whether the Ministry of Health and the regions have managed the effort to reduce the use of force in psychiatric care successfully and have thus achieved the objectives set. 

January 2021

Report on the supervision of Post Danmark’s accounting practice

The purpose of the study is to assess whether the Ministry of Transport’s supervision of Post Danmark’s accounting practice in the period from 2011 to 2019 has been adequate.

January 2021

Report on climate change assistance provided to the developing countries

The purpose of the study is to assess whether the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities support the transparency of climate change assistance provided with the objective of achieving the greatest possible outcome.

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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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