Public Accounts Committee

Gardaí broke spending rules with €4m outlay on clothes, shoes and PPE

State withheld capital grant from Limerick university amid concerns over €8m site purchase

Tusla warns of staff shortages after €6.3m non-compliant spending

Job Path employment scheme ‘has not delivered value for money for taxpayer’

Details of Perrigo’s €1.64 billion tax appeal can’t be disclosed - Tax Appeals Commission

Watt appointment to Department of Health ‘damaged public trust’, draft report says

€76m spent on BusConnects as Covid delays redesign of city’s transport network

More than €70m spent on delayed Metrolink project since 2018

PAC seeking clarity over €1.3bn cut to Perrigo’s tax bill

Tusla facing ‘serious challenges’ on social worker recruitment

RTÉ settlements topped €20k five times since 2019

HSE procurement targets in doubt as Beaumont reports €14m non-compliant spend

Public Accounts Committee to seek answers from Dundalk IT as ice dome remains vacant

4 in 10 protected disclosures made to Department of Defence are still open

Report recommends raft of changes at OPW amid ‘poor management’ claims

An Bord Pleanála says it spent €8.2m on legal fees in 2020

Trinity broke public spending rules with €1m outlay on branded merchandise

Analysis: Watt’s waiving of pay rise gets ministers off the hook – for now