Ed: Tender awarded to Ernst&Young on 22/10/2018. Value at time …

Comment on Gallery business case slap in the face of custodians by Interested Darwin Observer.

Ed: Tender awarded to Ernst&Young on 22/10/2018. Value at time of award $246,534.
On the upside, the NT Government records them a “Territory Enterprise” so that is good for our economy and keeping money in the NT.
Good to see the local development / buy local policy is kicking goals!
All info above is publicly available.

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Gallery business case slap in the face of custodians
@ Matthew Langan: Your confidence in the ability of the NT Labor party to actually deliver ANYTHING astounds me.
Other than delivering increased business to glaziers and panel beaters, of course.


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Should the Government, through getting the hell out of the way, not encourage that competition drive the product cost and not bureaucratic red tape?
Surely the Government should be trying to reduce the cost of living for its citizens rather than inflating them with floor prices. That’s what capitalism is all about.
Or does that not work in with the socialist business model?
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Spend some of your tax payer funded time on that issue perhaps? What decrease in alcohol consumption would occur if money not earned did not exist?


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