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report text/texmacs 2018 report – Lifetime allowance given to former federal presidents, federal chancellors and presidents of Federal Parliament - Part I: Former federal presidents
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report application/x-troff-ms 2018 Report - The role of customs authorities in exempting exports from VAT in the course of non-commercial travel with focus on : threshold values in the EU and automated export processing systems
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2018, 2019 reports – KONSENS project: Uniform IT systems in tax authorities are making slow progress only
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report packed font file 2019 report – Effectiveness and appropriate use of federal government’s Higher Education Compact funds at risk
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report 2018 report - Allowances given to former federal presidents, federal chancellors and presidents of Federal Parliament - Part II: Former federal chancellors
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report 2019 report – Implementation of the smart health card and the telematics infrastructure
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2018 Report: Trend in departmental budgets prepared by the German SAI to inform the 2019 budget deliberations
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report 2019 report – Transition to clean energy: power grid expansion
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report text/x-nemerle Report on the proposed implementation of harmonised European Public Sector Accounting Standards (EPSAS) in the Member States of the European Union
The European Commission plans to introduce a set of harmonised and binding European Public Sector Accounting Standards (EPSAS) based on accrual accounting. Supplementary to the status report on the relevant facts and figures developed by the Federal Ministry of Finance (Budget Committee Paper 18/0027), the German Supreme Audit Institution (Bundesrechnungshof) advises the Budget Committee on the matter. In the present report, the Bundesrechnungshof discusses unresolved issues, chances and risks associated with the proposed EPSAS implementation.
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report Report on the Federal Government’s revenue from emissions trading
The aim of introducing emission rights was to reduce the emission of gases harming the climate. The Federal Government intended to use the revenues from emissions trading to finance additional expenditure on energy transition and climate protection. To make up for the declining revenue resulting from falling prices in emissions trading, the Federal Government needs to cut planned expenditure or raise funds from other sources. In its report, the German SAI outlines the opportunities and risks of emissions trading at the European level so that these may be adequately considered in the context of the federal budget and the Energy and Climate Fund.
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