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The Office of the Auditor General’s follow-up of administration audits which have been considered by the Storting

Document 3:1
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​The Office of the Auditor General normally follows up administration audits three years after the cases have been considered. If the necessary changes have not been implemented during the subsequent three years, the matter will be followed up again the next year.
Document 3:1 (2016–2017) refers to the follow-up of 16 administration audits. Fourteen of the cases have now been closed, while the Office of the Auditor General’s investigation into aquaculture management (Document 3:9 (2011–2012)) and the Office of the Auditor General’s investigation into the tax authorities’ control of value added tax (Document 3:11 (2012–2013)) are still being followed up.
The Office of the Auditor General’s investigation into the development and renewal of the railway infrastructure (Document 3:13 (2011–2012)) is not referred to here, but will be followed up in two separate administration audits:

  • The Office of the Auditor General’s investigation into the effectiveness of rail network maintenance (Document 3:10 (2015–2016)), which was submitted to the Storting on 15 March 2016, and
  • An investigation into the effects of railway investments, which is expected to be submitted to the Storting in 2017.
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