ECA/14/15  10-04-2014 - Commission report on corruption a good start, but lacks information required to substantiate anti-fraud and anti-corruption policy – EU Auditors 
Court of Auditors - Press Release Luxembourg, 10 April 2014 A letter from the European Court of Auditors (ECA) to the leaders of the EU, published today, criticises the EU Commission’s Anti-Corruption report as overly descriptive, offering little analysis and no substantive findings, relying instead on the results of corruption perception polls, whose usefulness...
ECA/14/11  08-04-2014 - EU funded urban transport projects underutilised, say EU Auditors 
Court of Auditors - Press Release Luxembourg, 8 April 2014 A report published today by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) reveals that two thirds of urban transport projects co-financed by EU structural funds are underutilised. Weaknesses in project design and inadequate mobility policy were two of the main contributory factors identified.
ECA/14/10  18-03-2014 - European Court of Auditors assessed by peers: significant progress made 
Court of Auditors - Press Release Luxembourg, 18 March 2014 A panel of EU Member State auditors, led by the German Bundesrechnungshof (supreme audit institution of Germany) has found that the European Court of Auditors (ECA) achieved significant progress since its first review in 2008. The ECA carries out the European Union’s audit.
ECA/14/8  17-03-2014 - Reported results of EU agricultural expenditure checks carried out by Member States not reliable, say EU Auditors 
Court of Auditors - Press Release ECA/14/08 Luxembourg, 17 March 2014 A report published today by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) reveals that the results of the checks of agricultural expenditure carried out by Member States and reported to the Commission are not reliable.
ECA/14/5  24-01-2014 - Vítor Manuel da Silva Caldeira re-elected President of the European Court of Auditors 
Court of Auditors - EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS PRESS RELEASE ECA/14/05 Luxembourg, 23 January 2014 The 28 members of the European Court of Auditors today re-elected Mr Vítor da Silva Caldeira as the Court’s President for a third three-year term.
ECA/14/4  17-01-2014 - LIFE needs design and implementation improvements, say EU Auditors 
Court of Auditors - EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS PRESS RELEASE ECA/15/04 Luxembourg, 17 January 2014 A report published today by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) calls on the EU Commission to increase the effectiveness of the LIFE programme by improving the dissemination and replication of successful environmental projects.
ECA/14/3  14-01-2014 - EU assistance to Central Asia is well planned, but implementation slow and variable – say EU Auditors 
Court of Auditors - EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS PRESS RELEASE ECA/14/03 Luxembourg, 14 January 2014 The European Court of Auditors (ECA) has published today a Special Report (13/2013) on “European Union development Assistance to Central Asia”.
ECA/14/1  08-01-2014 - New Members of the European Court of Auditors take up their duties 
Court of Auditors - EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS PRESS RELEASE Luxembourg, 07 January 2014 ECA/14/01 Following nominations from their Member States, and after consultation with the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union has appointed four new Members to the European Court of Auditors (ECA).
ECA/13/47  18-12-2013 - "Single audit" of cohesion spending: significant progress achieved since 2007, but Commission and national audit bodies must work better, say EU auditors 
Court of Auditors - EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS PRESS RELEASE Luxembourg, 18 December 2013 According to a new report published by the European Court of Auditors today, the European Commission faces challenges to its reliance on the results of audits carried out by Member States of EU regional funds.
ECA/13/46  17-12-2013 - “EU must step up coordination on global climate finance”, say EU Auditors 
Court of Auditors - EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS PRESS RELEASE Luxembourg, 17 December 2013 Climate change could push millions of people in developing countries back into poverty. Together the EU and its Member States are the largest source of climate finance to developing countries.