An obligation to publish financial flows relating to the disclosed public-private contracts - i.e. obligation to publish in the machine readable form the invoices and documents confirming the payments made under those contracts - should be laid down in the law.
If a statutory duty of disclosure of financial flows underlying contracts between public institutions and private companies, that is an obligation to disclose invoices and documents confirming payments made in a machine readable form, the control of the public could effectively complete the expert control of financial management exercised by the Supreme of control authority.
- Czech Government Anti-corruption Action Plan for 2015, chap. 2, p. 8
- Public Money and Corruption Risks – A Comparative Analysis, Frank Bold, 2013, p. 83
- Vondráček, O., Havrda, M., 21 recipes – Anti-corruption cookbook, Recipe 11: Control of management of public funds, December 2013
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