InterTradeIreland | Local Government Supplier Engagement

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Citywest, Tuesday 1st October

InterTradeIreland in partnership with The Local Government Management Agency (LGMA) are delighted to deliver a Supplier Engagement event focusing on Local Government opportunities in the greater Dublin and surrounding areas. The event is being managed and coordinated with the following Councils:

  • Dublin City Council
  • Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council
  • Fingal County Council
  • Kildare County Council
  • Louth County Council
  • Meath County Council
  • South Dublin County Council
  • Wicklow County Council

Procurement staff from these eight councils have come together over the past few months and liaised with their budget holders, engineers, emergency services and decision makers and identified potential procurement opportunities coming up over the next 18-24 months under the following categories:

  • Corporate Services and Housing
  • Emergency Services
  • Roads, Transportation, Marine & General Service
  • Environment
  • Community, Sports, Arts and Recreation
  • Finance & ICT
  • Green Energy

They now want to meet with suppliers – new or existing – with tried and tested products or new innovative ideas in these sectors, to see how they can deliver these services and ensure the invitation to tenders reflect the market place. The views of the market are important and this event represents an opportunity for participants to provide early input into contracting approaches and service delivery models. This is your opportunity to engage with the relevant people on the ground.

The event will also provide attendees with the opportunity to:

  • Speak to Procurement staff from the councils to learn about procurement processes and existing tender opportunities.
  • Speak to representatives from the council's Local Enterprise Office, and SME government and industry bodies, in a business support zone.
  • Attend information sessions including:, Consortia Development, and Brexit.

For all queries on the event please contact the event organiser Joanne English – 028 9039 3837.

Tuesday 1st October
Free - Registration required
Citywest Hotel, Garters Lane, Saggart, County Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Citywest Hotel, Garters Lane, Saggart, County Dublin, Ireland


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