The Public Procurement Bulletin, is extremely popular. In May, as many as 184,634 notices were published there. Conspiracies in public tenders are not an uncommon phenomenon.
The dishonest actions of entrepreneurs are difficult to track, due to the elaborate preparation of collusive bidding, as well as the limited legal tools of procurers.
Attorney Jacek Liput, who specializes in public procurement, comments:
“One can only suspect that the scale of the bid-rigging phenomenon is larger than what we officially see. What can be seen and has been confirmed is the tip of the iceberg, and many cases do not come to light at all.”