An electronic register of public buildings and office space which cost millions of crowns to set up is incomplete and practically unusable, according to the Supreme Audit Office. The system which was to bring greater transparency and order into the use of public buildings and save money on rented offices is not only incomplete, since many public institutions failed to deliver the respective information, but unreliable since offices which are obviously vacant have been listed as being used, the Supreme Audit Office reports. The deadline for providing the respective information was June of 2013 and many public institutions have failed to deliver it to date.
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