PAI will host its annual Public Procurement Conference on Thursday the 22nd of November 2018. This year’s conference will discuss a range of significant developments in Public Procurement in 2018 including an update on policy developments, Peppol, EU developments, supply chain management. It will be addressed by a range of pertinent speakers from a policy perspective.
Minister of State for Public Procurement, Patrick O’Donovan TD will open PAI’s annual Public Procurement Conference followed by our panel of expert speakers who will update attendees on topics that offer both a national and international perspective on developments in public procurement that may impact on their work in this area.
This popular conference should be attended by everyone involved in public procurement in Ireland and will offer valuable opportunities for networking with colleagues across the sector.
Half-day conference, registration, 8am-9am, conference concludes at 1pm with lunch provided afterwards.
PAI are delighted to announce Minister of State for Public Procurement, Patrick O’Donovan TD as keynote speaker.
Patrick O’Donovan TD is Minister of State at the Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform with special responsibility for Public Procurement, Open Government, and eGovernment. He previously served as Minister of State for Tourism and Sport when he was appointed by the Taoiseach in May 2016.