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Audit initiatives (also anonymous) are an important source of information for exercising auditing powers and responsibilities. The subpage Audit initiative provides you with a description of elements that are welcome when proposing your initiative to the Court of Audit, as well as with ways of submitting an initiative (by online form, regular mail, fax or e-mail). Anonymous initiatives can be submitted by filling-in an online form or by regular mail.
The List of auditees includes only those authorities or bodies (and also individuals) who were audited in one or more audits already completed or still being carried out. The list does thus not encompass all potential auditees the Court of Audit may audit in line with the Court of Audit Act. It may be that some of the listed entities no longer exist or their name or field of work have changed etc.
Audit process is laid down by the Court of Audit Act, the Rules of the Procedure of the Court of Audit and other acts. In order to be able to present our audit work in a clear and transparent way, there is an outline description together with a visual presentation of the key stages of the audit process available on the subpage Stages of the audit process.