The Swedish National Audit Office supports island nations in the Pacific region
The Swedish National Audit Office (Swedish NAO) has initiated a development project to strengthen Supreme Audit Institutions in the Pacific region. The project is in partnership with the Pacific Association of Supreme Audit Institutions (PASAI).
Ineffective efforts to strengthen army forces
Work to strengthen the operational capacity of the Swedish army is slower than planned. Weaknesses exist in planning, analysis, governance and implementation. Misjudgement of the baseline situation and underfunding have delayed and hampered the work, according to an audit by the Swedish National Audit Office’(Swedish NAO).
Shortcomings in the work of the Police Authority to provide information to victims of crime
The work of the Police Authority to provide information to victims of crime has several shortcomings that may lead to crime victims not receiving the information they have a right to. The Swedish National Audit Office (Swedish NAO) is now calling for a number of improvements
Preventive tools are not used to prevent sick leave
The Swedish Social Insurance Agency can approve benefits for preventive measures against ill health and long-term sick leave. The Swedish National Audit Office (Swedish NAO) audit shows that these benefits are relatively unknown and are rarely used preventively. In addition, the Government’s remit to the Social Insurance Agency is unclearly formulated.