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  • #61
    Originally posted by TangoSierra View Post
    Fixed that for you
    While I don't like the Term Service Level Agreement, as it is part of the IT, Communications and Computer world, I would prefer that my posts would be criticised but not altered while still ascribed to me.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by TangoSierra View Post
      au contraire

      €14 Million from EMFF 2014-2020 (which there is a risk will not be paid: https://www.irishtimes.com/news/envi...tion-1.4485289)

      You'll have to search for EFF 2007-2013 for details on expenditure for that period. Think it came to €64 Million with some €24 million going on Fisheries Enforcement.

      Also, bear in mind, this is funding in principle. Ie. there is no guarantee that the Defence Forces money will ever get reimbursed for providing a service that should have been paid for from another Dept's budget in the first place.
      Even if EMFF funding is given to cover the cost of the project, there is no guarantee that the receiving Dept will ever hand it over to the Defence Forces.

      Several military specific projects have been reduced in scope, delayed, postponed or cancelled because money that was marked for them had to be diverted to fisheries related demands.
      The NS and AC doesn’t get the majority of the budget, SFPA does

      €14 m over 6 years out of a ~€1 billion annual budget
      Last edited by DeV; 17 February 2021, 07:03.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by DeV View Post
        The NS and AC doesn’t get the majority of the budget, SFPA does

        €14 m over 6 years out of a ~€1 billion annual budget
        Who funds the Irish Maritime Institute and their two vessels Celtic Endeavour and Celtic Explorer. They also have connection to the Irish Maritime Development board and offer research funding to others through funding sources. Theirs money for everything except Defence and security of our EZ.

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        • #64
          https://twitter.com/efca_eu/status/1...096292354?s=21

          Chair of SFPA has been appointed to Executive Director of European Fisheries Control Agency
          Last edited by DeV; 22 April 2021, 12:36.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by DeV View Post
            https://twitter.com/efca_eu/status/1...096292354?s=21

            Chair of SFPA has been appointed to Executive Director of European Fisheries Control Agency
            That would be a Government appointment to fight the battle created by the SFPA style of oversight, which has created an alleged over fishing of quotas and under weighing of catches. Time to polish brass necks and tacks.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by ancientmariner View Post

              That would be a Government appointment to fight the battle created by the SFPA style of oversight, which has created an alleged over fishing of quotas and under weighing of catches. Time to polish brass necks and tacks.
              according to the press release:

              The Agency is governed by an Administrative Board, made up of one representative per Member State and six representatives of the Commission. The Administrative Board nominates the Executive Director for a period of five years. The vacancy notice for the new director was published on 14 July 2020, following a pre-selection by the European Commission, a final short list of candidates adopted by the College of Commissioners was presented to the EFCA Administrative Board. The Board has interviewed the candidates and appointed today the new Executive Director among the candidates.




              the Government may have nominated here but she would have been one of a number of applicants

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              • #67
                The history so far is that Government nominees for particular jobs are rarely unsuccessful. In this case given the published transgressions alleged, it seems a case of poacher promoted to Gamekeeper.

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