Taoiseach’s office to spend €130,000 hiring firm to improve Covid-19 messaging
Department offers tender for company to streamline government’s coronavirus strategy after months of leaks and contradictory communications
The Taoiseach’s office is seeking to appoint a company to improve the government’s Covid-19 communications strategy at a cost of more than €130,000.
A newly filed tender notice, published by the Department of the Taoiseach, seeks a “partner” to “assist in the co-ordination of the government’s response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic”.
The tender is for the a company which can create graphic design materials,...
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