Follow-up memorandums

We continue to follow a case in follow-up memorandums until we find that all issues have been addressed and acted on, and the case can be closed.


Follow-up memorandums address the issues that have not been resolved in the preceding memorandums on the minister’s response. Generally, we work out follow-up memorandums, when we decide that a case can be closed, which means that the Auditor General has concluded that all issues raised have been adequately addressed by the ministry.


Niels Gyldenvang Steffensen