Mps concerned about mobile contracts with foreign providers
Dutch Second chamber’s Members are concerned about which provider mobile subscriptions over the next four years will provide to ministries.
That tell several politicians to The Telegraph.
This year’s decision of the cabinet which company for the next four years, mobile subscriptions will grant to the Dutch ministries. This would take care of are foreign parties that are active in the Netherlands.
“Security experts now point all on the chance that the British intelligence services via hacks will try as much information as possible from other countries to collect,” says Jan Paternotte (D66). He therefore wants to see a British company such as Vodafone have the right provider for the next four years.
SP-Member of parliament Maarten Hijink says that there are minimal risks must be taken, where the requirements may need to be adjusted. At the moment it would mainly be searched for a cheap provider.
Joba van der Berg (CDA) it is questionable whether the current requirements are sufficient, sufficient. Attje Kuiken (PvdA) wants the government requests a eisenlijst on to foreign providers that will compete for the contract.
According to VVD Member of parliament Arne Weverling abroad better look to foreign procurement. Therefore it would be “interesting” to see what the rest of the world can be learned.
“We need to think twice when we have to deal with companies that are not of our own soil,” asserts Barry Madlener of the freedom party. “Just procurement to foreign parties feel uncomfortable.”