Police have accused two officials at the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs in connection with a public tender to provide IT services.
The Prague Prosecutor General’s office announced the police action on Monday following separate raids at the ministry and an IT company called OKSystem, carried out by the police anti-organised crime and corruption unit (NCOZ).
The main focus of the police investigation is a 1 billion crown order for a new internal computer system not yet up and running.
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