C&AG report: full roundup of findings

555 contracts awarded without competition; €2 million spent on never-used building; Revenue 'doesn't know' scale of tax non-compliance. Full roundup.

27th September, 2012
President Brack Obama's visit: notice was so short that contracts were awarded without competition.

The Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General has released a report into public spending for 2011.

Among the report's findings are that 555 government contracts were awarded without a competitive procurement process with a total value of €266 million.

The report also found:

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