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Fair-Play Alliance launches database on state contracts

The Fair-Play Alliance, a watchdog NGO, and Slovakia's Visual Trade Register (VORSR) have launched a website at www.znasichdani.sk which will release information on firms that have significant state contracts, Lucia Buranová from the Alliance told the TASR newswire on March 28. "The website has met with significant interest from the general public. It makes us happy; but on the other hand it caused some unexpected problems," said Buranová in reference to the unavailability of the website on Monday afternoon.

The Fair-Play Alliance, a watchdog NGO, and Slovakia's Visual Trade Register (VORSR) have launched a website at www.znasichdani.sk which will release information on firms that have significant state contracts, Lucia Buranová from the Alliance told the TASR newswire on March 28.

"The website has met with significant interest from the general public. It makes us happy; but on the other hand it caused some unexpected problems," said Buranová in reference to the unavailability of the website on Monday afternoon.

"The visitor rate far exceeded the levels as tested in the trial period," Buranová said.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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