More bid-rigging troubles for Ordina
Details from internal company information obtained by television program Zembla reveals that the ICT services company practiced fraud with various government tenders between 2005 and 2010. The government institutions affected include the Ministry of Security and Justice and the municipality of Rotterdam, Het Parool reports. According to the paper, Zembla also received information from a whistleblower, who sent a USB stick, on top of around 100,000 e-mails, directories and confidential plans from Ordina that Zembla obtained. This week it was revealed that a military IT worker leaked confidential Netherlands military intelligence information from a base in Uruzgan province, Afghanistan to Ordina in 2009, which Zembla discovered in the e-mails, most of which were written between 2005 and 2010. The military IT worker is being investigated. Het Parool writes that Ordina has confirmed the authenticity of the USB stick sent in by a whistleblower. Zembla will focus on the contents of this in Thursday's broadcast.