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The public sector can now purchase notebook and tablet computers at very competitive rates, thanks to a new Office of Government Procurement Framework Agreement announced today (13th March 2014) by Brian Hayes, T.D., Minister of State with special responsibility for Public Service Reform and the Office of Public Works.

The Framework...


Brian Hayes, T.D., Minister of State with special responsibility for Public Service Reform and the Office of Public Works, today (13th March 2014) announced the award, following an EU tendering process, of an €11m public service ICT Consumables contract to Datapac Ltd.

The new two year contract, with an option to extend a further 12...


Enterprise Ireland will be running a series of Meet the Buyer events with the National Development Finance Agency ( NDFA) in 2014 to highlight  supply opportunities within PPP programmes. The next event relates to the  Schools PPP programme & takes place on Fri 31st Jan in the Portlaoise Heritage Hotel.

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On the 1st January 2014 the National Procurement Service (NPS) officially transferred from the Office of Public Works and was  integrated into the Office of Government Procurement (OGP) under the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. To reflect this change, the design of the...


The National Procurement Service and InterTradeIreland were recognised at this year’s National Procurement Awards for their work in enhancing engagement between small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and public sector buyers. The award ceremony, which was attended by over 360 procurement professionals from across Ireland, from took place in the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dublin on 4th December.

Welcome to the Office of Government Procurement

Procurement is a key element of the Government’s Public Service Reform agenda and is a very significant portion of overall spending. It is essential that the Public Service is achieving maximum value for money and operational efficiency. The State buys everything from pens and paper,...


Regulation (EU) No 1336/2013, revising the EU thresholds for the next two years, was adopted on 13 December 2013. The thresholds will apply from 1 January 2014.

Summary of the new thresholds

Commission Regulation (EU) No 1336/2013