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Ordina: employees showed “inappropriate behavior” in procurement
Ordina has determined that several employees ‘inappropriate behavior’ have shown for contracts. Ict company also provides for the first time that employees have exchanged during procurement sensitive information.
Ordina remains unclear about what information is shared, but admits that in any case an employee knew that he or she was doing was bad. “In another case, a Ordina employee requested to remove from the Sent Items folder. An e-mail confirming the suspicion that the person knew that the contents of the e-mail could be illicitly.”
Of the people “inappropriate behavior” showed, there are three now works for the ICT company. “Inappropriate behavior does not fit into our business. It will not be tolerated. Employees who have demonstrated inappropriate conduct disciplinary action.” Moreover Ordina comes with an ‘integrity program, in which employees are told what appropriate behavior is, after Ordina it also promises to test.
Despite these acknowledgments and measures Ordina continues to deny that there is “systematic irregularities” occurred for contracts. Between 2005 and 2010 The results that the company now shares its preliminary results and not the results of completed research.
Ordina came last week under fire when television program Zembla broadcast devoted to the irregularities at Ordina ICT procurement by the government. This broadcast came about through information from a whistleblower, who gave internal documents and emails from Ordina to the TV program.Viewing:-272
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