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National Public Procurement

The National Public Procurement Policy Unit (NPPPU) was established in June 2002 as part of the Department of Finance to (i) formulate policy, (ii) disseminate advice and best practice experience on procurement to the Irish public sector in order to improve its procurement capacity and (iii) deliver the Government's eProcurement strategy.
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Procurement in Galway City Council

The Procurement Section in the Finance Department has a co-ordinating role in ensuring that there is an organisational focus on good practice in purchasing and that procedures are in place to achieve value for money and to ensure high standards of openness, transparency and compliance with all relevant public procurement guidelines and legislation.
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Responding to Tenders

Galway City Council will advertise all available tenders on the etenders website where contact details in relation to the specifics of individual tenders are also available.
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Public contracts awarded over €10k for ICT and over €25k for all other contracts.

Details of public contracts awarded from 14/04/16 will be published in the near future