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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch 11:20 - Jan 3 with 1662 viewsMJallday


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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:24 - Jan 3 with 1493 viewsDanTheMan

Copy paste job from some template I expect.

I do like one of the linked tweets though, about their "login" form.

https://seabornefreight.com/timetable

Amazing. An obviously compressed image with username permanently highlighted.

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:31 - Jan 3 with 1469 viewsgiant_ullaa

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:24 - Jan 3 by DanTheMan

Copy paste job from some template I expect.

I do like one of the linked tweets though, about their "login" form.

https://seabornefreight.com/timetable

Amazing. An obviously compressed image with username permanently highlighted.


I've been asked to borrow ts and Cs before, but not by companies with £14m contracts. That login 'form' is hilarious.

Has anyone ever looked at their own postings for last day or so? Oh my... so sorry.
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:33 - Jan 3 with 1459 viewsDanTheMan

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:31 - Jan 3 by giant_ullaa

I've been asked to borrow ts and Cs before, but not by companies with £14m contracts. That login 'form' is hilarious.


Found the company too. Nice rush job.

https://seadragon.digital/

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:36 - Jan 3 with 1444 viewsgiant_ullaa

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:33 - Jan 3 by DanTheMan

Found the company too. Nice rush job.

https://seadragon.digital/


Shame they didn't give the punter their own template.

Has anyone ever looked at their own postings for last day or so? Oh my... so sorry.
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:37 - Jan 3 with 1442 viewsSteve_M

It's the sort of due diligence Paul Jewell used for half of his signings.

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:39 - Jan 3 with 1432 viewsSomethingBlue

I watch The Thick of It back now and it seems genuinely tame compared to what these morons are up to.
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:43 - Jan 3 with 1412 viewsDanTheMan

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:36 - Jan 3 by giant_ullaa

Shame they didn't give the punter their own template.


Their Twitter is pretty good too, if you'd like to know what the weather is for a few days in September.

https://mobile.twitter.com/SeaborneFreight?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Eembedd

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:44 - Jan 3 with 1408 viewseireblue

But that can't be correct, I heard about the rigorous vetting process described on the news by Chris Grayl......oh
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:47 - Jan 3 with 1398 viewsfactual_blue

The processes have been consciously short-circuited just to make sure a British firm was in the mix.

Which makes it even worse.

grayling is the sort of dolt who would think nobody would notice.

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:50 - Jan 3 with 1388 viewsfactual_blue

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:44 - Jan 3 by eireblue

But that can't be correct, I heard about the rigorous vetting process described on the news by Chris Grayl......oh


What the govt is desperate to not tell you is that the ITT (Invitation To Tender) for these contracts will have been published in the OJEU (Official Journal of the EU), in accordance with the law.

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:51 - Jan 3 with 1380 viewsuefacup81

It's almost as if the Government are deliberately making such a hash of this, so as to make May's deal seem like the best option...

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:53 - Jan 3 with 1366 viewsNo9

Since 2010 much government procurement has been handed over to the 'Private' sector, Grayling has a history of very questionable practices when handing out government Contracts so we should not be surprised at this.
The question is how bad it is. Not only does this contractor have no vessels but they don't yet know what they can charter & that could be serious because the newer ferries may well not be able to get into, & berth in Ramsgate + the ferry facilities at Ostend have not been used for a number of years and may need work, not only that Ostend is not a very capacious port that will likely put restrictions on operations
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:53 - Jan 3 with 1368 viewshampstead_blue

Isn't Grayling the minister who said 'I know nothing about transport'? What a plonker.

Still, Corbyn would have unionised it and they would have gone on strike on day one. ;-)

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:55 - Jan 3 with 1350 viewsNo9

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:53 - Jan 3 by hampstead_blue

Isn't Grayling the minister who said 'I know nothing about transport'? What a plonker.

Still, Corbyn would have unionised it and they would have gone on strike on day one. ;-)


"Still, Corbyn would have unionised it and they would have gone on strike on day one. ;-)"

Considering there are no British Flag ferries (remember flagging out) that comment is, at best, uniformed if not political & silly
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:57 - Jan 3 with 1344 viewsSteve_M

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:47 - Jan 3 by factual_blue

The processes have been consciously short-circuited just to make sure a British firm was in the mix.

Which makes it even worse.

grayling is the sort of dolt who would think nobody would notice.


Talking of Grayling:





Which helps explain why he is still in a job.

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:01 - Jan 3 with 1313 viewsNo9

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:47 - Jan 3 by factual_blue

The processes have been consciously short-circuited just to make sure a British firm was in the mix.

Which makes it even worse.

grayling is the sort of dolt who would think nobody would notice.


Grayling a dolt in a cabinet full of them?
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:04 - Jan 3 with 1310 viewseireblue

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:50 - Jan 3 by factual_blue

What the govt is desperate to not tell you is that the ITT (Invitation To Tender) for these contracts will have been published in the OJEU (Official Journal of the EU), in accordance with the law.


Found it:

Ramsgate-Ostend: Ferry freight transport services and Pizza delivery for CT11.
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:06 - Jan 3 with 1297 viewsNo9

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:50 - Jan 3 by factual_blue

What the govt is desperate to not tell you is that the ITT (Invitation To Tender) for these contracts will have been published in the OJEU (Official Journal of the EU), in accordance with the law.


A publication which, after the 20/03/19 UK companies will not be able to access
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:19 - Jan 3 with 1265 viewsBlueBadger

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:53 - Jan 3 by hampstead_blue

Isn't Grayling the minister who said 'I know nothing about transport'? What a plonker.

Still, Corbyn would have unionised it and they would have gone on strike on day one. ;-)


The final word of his quote is superfluous.

These people are called idiots and BB is their leader.
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:24 - Jan 3 with 1253 viewsfactual_blue

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:01 - Jan 3 by No9

Grayling a dolt in a cabinet full of them?


Hard as it is to believe, when grayling was Minister of State at DWP, even ids realised he was stupid, and could only cope with signing off IT expenditure.

In his infinite wisdom, cameron required all IT spend above £25k in all govt departments to be signed off at ministerial level.

That's a lot of bits of paper.

But it kept grayling out of harm's way.

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:26 - Jan 3 with 1242 viewsfactual_blue

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:53 - Jan 3 by hampstead_blue

Isn't Grayling the minister who said 'I know nothing about transport'? What a plonker.

Still, Corbyn would have unionised it and they would have gone on strike on day one. ;-)


Although you'd have killed Mr Corbyn by then for being a misogamist.

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:27 - Jan 3 with 1235 viewsfactual_blue

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:55 - Jan 3 by No9

"Still, Corbyn would have unionised it and they would have gone on strike on day one. ;-)"

Considering there are no British Flag ferries (remember flagging out) that comment is, at best, uniformed if not political & silly


What sort of uniform?

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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:29 - Jan 3 with 1233 viewsBlueBadger

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:24 - Jan 3 by factual_blue

Hard as it is to believe, when grayling was Minister of State at DWP, even ids realised he was stupid, and could only cope with signing off IT expenditure.

In his infinite wisdom, cameron required all IT spend above £25k in all govt departments to be signed off at ministerial level.

That's a lot of bits of paper.

But it kept grayling out of harm's way.


You could argue that it's quite the achievement that Grayling stands out as uniquely incompetent in our current crop of politicians.

These people are called idiots and BB is their leader.
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:44 - Jan 3 with 1187 viewslinhdi

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 11:44 - Jan 3 by eireblue

But that can't be correct, I heard about the rigorous vetting process described on the news by Chris Grayl......oh


The cynic in me wonders whether the owners and directors of this shell company might possibly be Vote Leave directors, Tory party donors or, quite possibly, both.
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It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:48 - Jan 3 with 1170 viewsNo9

It seems government procurement processes are not quite up to scratch on 12:27 - Jan 3 by factual_blue

What sort of uniform?


The one for the silly step
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