Inspectors find irregularities in financing of Road and Motorway Directorate
The Supreme Audit Office says it has found irregularities in the financing of the Road and Motorway Directorate. The institution apparently violated the law on public tenders by splitting a large tender into seven smaller ones and spent a disproportionate amount of money on lawyers’ services. In the course of the last 3 years the Directorate paid 360 million crowns for lawyers and in some cases the services provided did not correspond to the agreements signed. The Supreme Audit Office also says the RMD allowed employees to use company cars for their own private use.