The municipality of Samos, a Greek island in the Aegean sea, paid 3,159 Euro for a 5-minute job assignment. The price included Greek 24% VAT tax.
The contract was published on the Greek government website that is dedicated to provide publicity to all government contracts: diavgeia.gov.gr.
The job was to login into the control panel of the hosting provider and point the 3 domain names to the main website. That is maybe 5 minutes of work.
I will add 3 minutes if the poor worker had to also change the nameservers of the 3 domains at the registrar.
This complicated work has not yet been completed although it was assigned on the 9th of June. Probably Andreas Skalkos is busy with other similar time consuming work.
I guess his next job is to forward the domain name samos.gr (that is also owned by the municipality of Samos) to the islandofsamos.gr website. Samos.gr is not resolving.
This is what is wrong with Greece all these years. State officials wasting the money of Greek people paying their friends and family.