Pressure grows for investigation into state’s second Enet contract

The Sunday Business Post can reveal that BT Ireland told the Department of Communications that it wanted the chance to bid for two multimillion-euro contracts that were renewed with Enet without a tender process

14th October, 2018

Fresh concerns are emerging this weekend about a second multimillion-euro deal between Enet and the state, with opposition politicians calling for a full investigation of the relationship between the state and the company.

The Sunday Business Post can reveal that BT Ireland told the Department of Communications that it wanted the chance to bid for two multimillion-euro contracts that were renewed with Enet without a tender process.

The contracts, which govern the maintenance of the...

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