The premium pension system is not efficient, something that will have a negative impact on future pensions. An audit report from the Swedish National Audit Office indicates that the requirement for pension fund managers to systematically report all costs should be tightened up.
The central governance of the county administrative boards is lacking a holistic perspective and limits the possibilities of long-term and sustainable operations. The Swedish National Audit Office is now recommending the Government Offices to improve the coordination of governance and to introduce more unison funding.
The Swedish Schools Inspectorate allocates considerable resources to identifying problems in schooling, but often closes cases without ensuring that the deficiencies are corrected. The National Audit Office also identified shortcomings in transparency, urgency and equivalence in relation to follow-up of supervisory decisions.
The regional export centre initiative, implemented nationally, is intended to improve the export capabilities of small and medium-sized companies. The National Audit Office’s audit shows that it could have been implemented more efficiently and that the results should be followed up on and accounted for more clearly to the Riksdag.