Celtrino named as main Framework Contractor to Irish Public Sector

Celtrino named as main Framework Contractor to Irish Public Sector

11 Sep 2019

OGP selects Celtrino as the main supplier to provide e-Invoicing to the Public Sector ….

The Office of Government Procurement (OGP) is tasked with sourcing goods and services for the Irish public service and following conclusion of a Request for Tenders process, Celtrino is delighted to announce that the OGP selected us as:

 

  • – The Single Supplier for the Framework Lot to provide e-Invoicing to the National Shared Service Office, Finance Shared Services and Central Government Departments and Agencies (Lot 1).
  • – A framework member to the HSE (and other Health Authorities), the Local Government Management Agency (LGMA), and Local and Regional authorities (Lot 2).
  • – The 1st Ranked and preferred framework member for e-invoicing services to public bodies for which Lot 1 and Lot 2 do not apply.

 

The tender was seeking to establish a framework of e-invoicing service providers to provide e-invoicing services to Irish Public bodies seeking to meet their obligations concerning the EU Directive on e-invoicing.

 

This result enables Celtrino to work first-hand with Irish Public Sector bodies to both ensure e-invoicing compliance with the European Directive and to fully exploit PEPPOL standards for digital best practice in billing and ordering.

 

Celtrino have since successfully enabled the Irish Lot 1 public bodies to receive e-invoices prior to the deadline of the 18thApril 2019, and over the next 12 months we will be working closely with Lot 3 public bodies as their 1st Ranked Framework Member.

 

For public bodies who wish to draw down from this Framework and to comply with the directive as per their obligations, they must go through www.ogp.gov.ie.

 

To support this directive and upgrade our digital services infrastructure Celtrino were selected for European funding by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

 

Get in touch with us to learn more

 

 

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