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State property and funds spent on the acquisition and distribution of the equipment for officers of the Army of the Czech Republic

Audit Id 1562918509226
Title State property and funds spent on the acquisition and distribution of the equipment for officers of the Army of the Czech Republic
Titel in der Originalsprache

Majetek a peněžní prostředky státu vynakládané na pořizování a distribuci výstroje příslušníků Armády České republiky

Czech

Jahr 2019
Betreff

Defence and Army

Government Operations (Budget and Spending)

Typ

Compliance/Legality

Art der Leistung

Performed by single SAI

Beschreibung The Supreme Audit Office examined how the Ministry of Defence (MoD) had acted in the planning, acquisition, and delivery of the Czech Army’s equipment in the years 2015-2017. The audit showed that the MoD had wrongly planned the purchase of clothing, laundry, footwear, and other equipment. In the years under review, the difference between the value of the equipment to which the soldiers were entitled and the funds which the MoD spent on it was around CZK 1 billion per year. Due to low storage stocks, in 2015 and 2016, the Ministry had to limit the delivery of the equipment which the soldiers needed for the performance of their service. Moreover, the system of dispensing the equipment was outdated.
Land

Czech Republic

Materialien

Audit report

Czech

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Summary

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Czech

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eurosai.sg1@nku.cz
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