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13/01/2016

Final report on the Analysis of (types of) errors in EU and national public procurement within the Structural Funds programmes

The Working Group carried out the parallel audit in order to understand why detected errors in Structural Funds are often associated with public procurement rules. The findings show that ‘lack of knowledge’ is the most common reason for errors in public procurement, followed by ‘interpretation difficulties’. The participating SAIs concentrated on the errors reported by national authorities and SAIs. They assessed the national applications of the relevant COCOF guidelines and scrutinised national systems aimed at detecting and preventing errors in public procurement procedures. Furthermore, they analysed the types and causes of errors and identified similarities and differences across the Member States.
English Final report on the Analysis of (types of) errors in EU and national public procurement within the Structural Funds programmes 814 KB |  

25/09/2015

Contact Committee Statement 2015

Ensuring fully auditable, accountable and effective banking supervision arrangements following the introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism
English Contact Committee Statement 2015 115 KB |  

19/06/2015

CC-R-2015-01

Resolution on independent assessments of national public economic policies
English CC-R-2015-01 39 KB |  


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