On the 1st January 2014 the National Procurement Service 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.
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve the level of service and support available to users, the OGP will be contacting all suppliers registered on the site requesting them to review and update their user profiles. Please ensure all your company information is accurate. Valid details for VAT number, number of employees, company name and description is mandatory for continued registration.
Office of Government Procurement
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To register as a new Public Sector , please contact your organisations etenders administrator or the eTenders helpdesk.
To register as a new Contracting Authority, please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
o If you are publishing the tender on behalf of a third-party then a buyer account needs to be created for that third-party.
o Schools should always be the contracting authority not the Architect, Engineer or Consultant contracted to do the work.
To register as a new user from a Supplier Company, first check to see if your company is already registered. If your company is registered then your company’s eTenders Administrator will register you as a new user on the site. If you need assistance verifying if your company is registered please contact support.
To register a New Supplier Company, please click on SUPPLIER COMPANY REGISTRATION in the menu to the left.
Is your authority interested in cutting costs, assuring transparency and receiving responses electronically? Electronic tendering will be a European requirement within the nearest years, why not get started and use some more advanced functionality!
For more information click on “Help” on the menu to the left, and select sub category “Contracting Authority Training”
If you need assistance please email the helpdesk on email@example.com or call us on 021 243 92 77 (please dial +353 21 243 92 77 if you call from outside of Ireland) during office hours (09:00am – 17:30pm GMT).