The Netherlands Court of Audit applied their audit framework to algorithms used by the Dutch Government. They point at the salient issues like: lack of clear requirements, risk of anomalies produced, insufficient documentation and thus transparency, need for more privacy guarantees. What more the Dutch colleagues provide their audit framework as an appendice.
A must-read: the US GAO’s advice about how to review artificial intelligence technologies across the administration ‘to help ensure accountability and responsible AI use’. Focus is on: Governance, Data, Performance and Monitoring.
The Japanese Board of Audit reviewed Status of Development, Operation and Use of Government Information Systems. Apart from an upward trend in budgets for information systems recent years, high proportin of unused or carried-over funds could be noticed - as well as low usage of some important systems.
The US GAO analysed the Department of Transportation’s efforts to provide automated transportation with a highly skillful oversight. ...
The US Department of Defense (DOD) has long sought to improve the efficiency of its weapon system acquisition process, including the time and effort needed to complete the milestone decision process. Good practices of some DOD programs and five commercial firms were used by GAO to look for new momentum in refining the process.