The Office of Government Procurement Ireland releases a Request For Information (RFI) for Service Provider feedback
The Office of Government Procurement Ireland has initiated a Request for Information (RFI) for the Provision of PEPPOL networking and eInvoicing Systems and Services to the Irish Public Sector.
“As part of Irish eInvoicing strategy, on 18 January 2018, the Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan T.D. signed Ireland up as a PEPPOL Authority member of OpenPEPPOL which coordinates the PEPPOL eDelivery network for eProcurement and eInvoicing. This network enables businesses to ‘Connect Once – Connect to All’ European Public Sector buyers, ultimately making it easier for businesses to engage with Government online. To access the full release on the announcement please click here: Irish OpenPEPPOL Membership Announcement 18 January 2018 – News Release Final
For interested Service Providers, eInvoicing Ireland has published a Request for Information (RFI) and invites responses to obtain market information on the provision of PEPPOL networking and eInvoicing systems and services to the Irish Public Sector. Service Providers willing to contribute to this market research should register as a supplier on etenders.gov.ie as any clarifications requested will be processed through the eTenders platform.”
Please follow the link to the eInvoicing Ireland web-page for more information: http://ogp.gov.ie/einvoicing/
Submissions are due 23 February 2018.