The Office of the Auditor General’s investigation of the management of national parks - administrative report 1 2014
The investigation shows that the new management model with local management has largely been implemented as envisioned, and that the model provides a basis for greater local participation and improved local coordination in national park management. The audit furthermore shows that the County Governors have different approaches to the follow-up of the national park boards and national park management, and that there are a number of different ideas about the responsibilities and tasks the County Governor has in connection with national park management. The audit shows that, on average, processing of appeals takes just over one year.
The Office of the Auditor General's investigation of state supervisory activities - administrative report 2 2014
The investigation shows that the supervisory bodies and the supervisory units at the county governors offices find that they have the necessary skills and freedom to choose their method of supervision. The investigation further shows that supervisory activities can be planned in a more targeted manner.
About administrative reports
Administrative reports are performance audits where the audit findings are less serious, and which will not be addressed by the Storting. They are sent to the Standing Committee on Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs and the relevant ministries for information purposes.