The Finnish government is taking a fresh look at its procurement regulations governing state-awarded procurement contracts following a high-profile IT-linked public procurement controversy. Legislators will be looking at closing loop-holes that could be used to defraud state organisations tasked with running public procurements. The fraud case, which saw €9m embezzled from education project funds earmarked to purchase IT equipment was the biggest in monetary value and scale in the history of Finland’s public procurement system. There’s an indepth look at the fraud and possible solutions on Computer Weekly.com

 

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