Policy & strategy documents/reports and statutory instruments, etc Click on one of the items below.
Regulations made by the Minister for Finance under SI 329 of 2006 implementing EU public procurement Directive 2004/18/EC and other minor provisions. A brief explanatory note and a table correlating the Regulations and equivalent Directive Articles (not part of the Instrument) are included at the end of the document.
This version is PDF.
Regulations made by the Minister for Finance under SI 50 of 2007 implementing EU public Procurement Directive 2004/17/EC and amending Directive 2005/51/EC. A brief explanatory note and a table correlating the Regulations and equivalent Directive Articles (not part of the Instrument) are included at the end of the document.
National Public Procurement Policy Framework for driving the four strands of the procurement reform agenda - i.e., aggregating public sector demand, building procurement capacity/capability in the public sector, developing procurement training and education and incremental development of eProcurement systems. Note that this version of the document is available in hardcopy, on request, from firstname.lastname@example.org.
This document attempts to outline factors that impact on the SME sector in accessing public procurement opportunities, particularly in the light of a new national public procurement policy framework, to identify possible obstacles and, in consultation with the relevant stakeholders, to consider possible ways of appropriately encouraging / facilitating that sector's participation.
Strategy for the Implementation of eProcurement in the Irish Public Sector published 19th October 2001.
Summary for the eProcurement strategy document posted above.
S.I. No. 62 of 2012
European Union (Award of Contracts Relating to Defence and Security)
Regulations 2012 Arrangement of Regulations.
S.I. No. 339 of 2011
European Communities (Clean and Energy-Efficient
Road Transport Vehicles ) Regulation 2011
Revision of arrangements concerning the use of Central Contracts put in place by the National Procurement Service.