Study: ‘What are the implications of the current legislation for cost effectiveness and quality control in structural fund spending? What role for performance auditing?’

United Kingdom
Study/ research/ analysis

The ultimate objective of the study was to identify opportunities for improving Structural and Cohesion Fund audit, mainly by reducing the associated burden for auditors and those being audited, for example by avoiding duplication of audit efforts while maintaining the quality of audit as an external and independent validation of compliance and performance. Contributed a case study on England.