The SAO examined funds collected for the purposes of statutory employer liability insurance
The SAO verified the accounts of the Ministry of Transport for 2018
The SAO verified funds intended for the education of health workers
Security research: project selection system is functional, but unless the Ministry of the Interior makes necessary changes, the benefits of the allocated funds will be questionable
The SAO has focused on the financial support provided by the Ministry of the Interior (MoI) for security research. These are subsidies for beneficiaries to ensure, for example, network security, image data analysis, security camera development, intelligent security systems, and so on.
In Prague supreme audit institutions from different countries hacked public institutions. Projects have been created to improve cooperation between auditors across Europe.
From 3 to 6 March, the first Hackathon of supreme audit institutions (SAIs) took place at the headquarters of the Supreme Audit Office of the Czech Republic.
The President of the Supreme Audit Office and the State Comptroller of Israel discussed the possibility of strengthening cooperation between the two Supreme Audit Institutions
The President of the Supreme Audit Office (SAO) Miloslav Kala and his Israeli counterpart - the State Comptroller and Ombudsman Matanyahu Englman - met in Prague on 26 and 27 February.
Flood control measures are lagging behind and nature-based measures are difficult to enforce. Development in active zones of flood areas is also a problem
The Supreme Audit Office has scrutinized the appropriations made available by the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and the Ministry of the Environment (MoE) for flood control measures between the years 2016 and 2018.
Czech and Polish auditors have discussed further cooperation of European Supreme Audit Institutions during their meeting in Prague
A delegation from the Supreme Audit Office of Poland visited the Supreme Audit Office of the Czech Republic (the SAO) on 16 and 17 January.
The General Directorate of Customs had errors in the publication of contracts, as well as in the valuation of assets. However, the audit did not find any uneconomical expenditures
The Supreme Audit Office examined the management of the General Directorate of Customs (GDC) with the state’s assets and funds between the years 2017 and 2018.
The Czech Republic does not have effective fiscal measures to help achieve the objectives of climate protection and lags behind other EU countries
The Supreme Audit Office examined the financial and tax measures taken from 2015 to 2018, which should help the Czech Republic protect the climate by combating emissions from transport and households.
The National Library and the Moravian Library had several shortcomings in their management of public funds
The Supreme Audit Office examined the management with state funds and state assets between the years 2015 and 2017 of the National Library of the Czech Republic (NL) and of the Moravian Library in Brno (ML).
The Ministry of Culture had significant errors in its annual accounts as well as in the data for the assessment of state budget implementation for 2018
The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) has found errors amounting to CZK 2.7 billion in the annual accounts of the Ministry of Culture (MoC) for the year 2018 and also errors in the data for the assessment of the implementation of the state budget which amount to CZK 0.8 billion.
From 2013 to 2018 only 7 of 35 A-road construction projects were completed on time, with preparatory work alone taking 12 years on average.
The Supreme Audit Office scrutinised CZK 24.6 billion in funds spent on the construction and modernization of A-roads between 2013 and 2018.
Supporting entrepreneurship for competitiveness: the European Commission has suspended the payment of funds for a year and a half due to errors..
The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) focused its attention on funds for technical assistance allocated from the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovations for Competitiveness (OPEIC).
Major measures to fight the drought are missing, the damages reached CZK 24 billion in the past year only
The Supreme Audit Office focused on measures taken by the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of the Environment to mitigate the negative effects of drought and water scarcity between the years 2013 and 2018.
The financial support for public transport was to raise passenger demand. Most funds, however, were used to replace old vehicles with new ones.
The Supreme Audit Office has examined the financial support for public urban transport, which was distributed between the years 2014 and 2018 by the Ministry of Regional Development/MoRD/, based on the “Integrated Regional Operational Programme”.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has failed to address their added value in promoting ICT projects, the main objective was drawdown of EU funds.
The Supreme Audit Office scrutinized the aid aimed at the ICT sector, which was distributed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade in two programming periods from operational programmes “Entrepreneurship and Innovation” and “Entrepreneurship and innovation for competitiveness”.
Management of national park administrations: weaknesses in procurement procedures and leases. No clear strategy to finance and develop national parks.
The Supreme Audit Office has scrutinised the management of the state’s assets and funds under the management of national park administrations between 2016 and 2018.
Promoting youth employment through EU funds: unclear benefits and high volume of support as unemployment is at an all-time low
The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) has examined the provision and spending of EU funds aimed at increasing youth employment between the years 2014 and 2018.