Irish EU-Presidency Site - 2012

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Ireland will spend €250k on a 2,500 page website (you do the math)

The Government is to pay nearly €250,000 for the development of a website for Ireland’s presidency of the EU which commences in January.
The Department of the Taoiseach confirmed last night that a website design company, Terminal Four Solutions Ltd had been awarded a contract for professional services in relation to the EU presidency 2013 website.
The cost of the contract was €244,741.71.
Details of contracts worth more than €330,000 in relation to Ireland’s EU presidency were published yesterday by the website, thestory.ieon foot of a Freedom of Information request.

EU presidency website to cost State €250,000 - The Irish Times - Tue, Dec 18, 2012
The CMS company looks like they got the bulk for "CMS licensing" ....?

I propose a new Rule-of-thumb for 2013 "Just because you can tender, doesn't mean you know how to buy effectively"
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