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16/11/2018

2018 update of the toolkit for auditing public procurement

The Contact Committee, based on the work of its former working groups on public procurement, publishes since 2008 a regularly updated toolkit for auditing public procurement processes. In 2014, the European Parliament adopted three directives that revise and update the public procurement law to be transposed into the national law of all EU Member States. These directives aim at using public procurement in the context of wider public policies, such as innovation, environmental and social ones, increasing the efficiency of public spending, reinforcing legal certainty and integrating the case law on public procurement that the Court of Justice of the European Union has established. The present update reflects these changes.
English 2018 update of the toolkit for auditing public procurement 2 MB |  

13/11/2018

EU Contact Committee statement (CC 1/2018)

on deficiencies in the accountability and audit arrangements of the supervisory mechanism for banks in the euro area
English EU Contact Committee statement (CC 1/2018) 228 KB |  

28/06/2018

CC Audit Compendium - Youth unemployment and the integration of young people into the labour market

The Contact Committee (CC) issues with the Audit Compendium a new type of publication, meant to enhance the communication of relevant audit messages to its stakeholders and the broader public. This first edition is dedicated to the highly topical issue of youth unemployment and the integration of young people into the labour market. It is based on audit reports produced by 14 CC members between 2013 and 2017.
Youth unemployment stands at the top of the agendas of most EU Member States and of the European Institutions. In 2016, over 4 million young Europeans could not find work and the proportion facing long-term unemployment remains high. The CC members aim to ensure at national and supra-national level that the funds used to combat youth unemployment are used effectively.
The compendium is available in 24 EU languages on this website.
English CC Audit Compendium - Youth unemployment and the integration of young people into the labour market 2 MB |  


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