Sunday December 15, 2019

Government moves ahead with €2.8m plan for one single web portal

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
9th June, 2019

The government is spending €2.8 million to put the websites of every single department on one single portal.

The gov.ie project was being pushed strongly by John Concannon, the former head of the Strategic Communications Unit, but it has continued even after the unit was disbanded.

Four government departments are now being hosted on the site and the remaining 11 are due to move across by the middle of next year. So far, €1.1...

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