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# Procurement

Last year
County council spent millions on road projects without a tender process, report says
All time
Minister confirms Aramark given refugee catering contract as process had to be 'short circuited'
Alice-Mary Higgins: The 'low-ball' public procurement model is broken and needs reform
Alice-Mary Higgins
Leaving Cert: Polymetrika was paid €91,500 above agreed cost for work after daily rate kicked in at end of contract
Questions remain over NI-ROI 'secret' emails and a non-existent PPE order for Northern Ireland
Government spends €5.2m on new aircraft to help Covid-19 response
'Affordable and transparent': HSE's new system for purchasing medicines to cost €1.3 billion
'Leaving Cert papers shouldn't be published in France': PAC probing Ireland's 'lazy' approach in awarding State contracts
Taoiseach's newspapers and embassy catering: hundreds of State contracts awarded outside official guidelines
Building firm caught up in school structural defects controversy wins contract to build new hospital block
Alan Kelly faces "serious questions" over meeting with company that won state tender
Top tips on winning public contracts if you are an SME
Business owners angered at cost of An Post tender process
New website to make awarding of state contracts easier for firms
Sinn Féin launches its jobs plan
School bus contract should be put out to tender, says US-Irish consortium
Postmasters 'mystified' that Household Charge cannot be paid at Post Office
Department of Health spent €20k on hiring potted plants