Talent2 has found it more difficult and more expensive to deliver on its contract commitments than it originally estimated, but this does not mean the ministry must accept a higher price or a reduced scope.
Gosh, it’s so hard to understand how that could have happened. It’s like there’s some kind of process where companies are encouraged to bid as low as possible for contracts so current managers can get a big tick on their budgets, then sod off to the next debacle. Or maybe form a consulting company.
Meanwhile, MOE can’t even redact its documents properly – and that doesn’t really matter because not all the redacting in the universe would apparently be enough to hide the fail.