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18Oct, 2019

Bank Bailout costs State nearly €42 billion

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The bill for bailing out the Irish Banks has reached nearly €42 billion. The Office of the Controller and Auditor General (C&AG) published the estimate in the ‘Report of the Public Services 2018’. Earlier estimates [...]

16Oct, 2019

eInvoicing reaches milestone in Ireland, with Central Government eInvoicing enabled, on the journey to digital transformation

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Reflecting on the past two years progress, Declan McCormack, programme manager, eInvoicing Ireland at the Office of Government Procurement (OGP) tracks the Irish eInvoicing journey so far.       The eInvoicing Ireland journey started [...]

30Aug, 2019

Updating the Public Spending Code

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What is the Public Spending Code? The Public Spending Code is the set of rules and procedures that are applied to expenditure across the Irish public service. The opening webpage for the Code points out [...]

25Jul, 2019

The Capital Works Management Framework – Breakfast Masterclass

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The Breakfast briefing on the Capital Works Management Framework was held on Wednesday July 24th. William Brown, a construction lawyer and procurement specialist, kept the audience of public sector procurement and construction professionals engaged as [...]

18Jul, 2019

Brexit: Ireland’s up-dated Contingency Action Plan

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The Government has up-dated its Brexit Contingency Action Plan. https://www.dfa.ie/media/dfa/eu/brexit/keydocuments/Contingency-Action-Plan-Update.-July-2019.pdf The Plan runs to over a 100 pages and it reflects the extensive whole-of-Government and EU level work which has already taken place, as well [...]