In November, last year, Mr. Paschal Donohoe, the Minster for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform delivered the Budget 2019. One key new strategy that was announced during the budget was “Our Public Libraries”. The Irish government is investing heavily into public libraries to encourage and improve learning, and to bring technology in libraries up to date.

We have highlighted some of the key elements of “Our Public Libraries 2022” in our infographic below.


Irish IT tenders


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Governments in Ireland and the UK spend a combined £242 billion (€270 billion) on goods and services every year.

If your business wants to tap into this spend and find tender opportunities in Ireland, start by subscribing to a local area of your choice for free.

New users can gain access to tender alerts in any Irish local area.

Training tenders Ireland

Last year it was announced that Skillnet Ireland will invest €2 million with industry bodies and enterprise groups in an attempt to enhance the skill set of Ireland’s workforce. The scheme, which is due to start this year, also hopes to develop new Skillnet Learning Networks throughout 2019 and 2020.

Look at our infographic below to find out more about this scheme.


Training tenders S2G IE

Win Irish training tenders

The Irish public sector is investing heavily in workplace training, making now an excellent time for providers to look for training tenders.

Get started today and look for these opportunities now by registering for free on Supply2Gov Ireland.


Why Supply2Gov?

Supply2Gov Ireland helps new to procurement enterprises access tenders in Ireland. With simplicity, registered suppliers can update their profile with keywords appropriate to their services. This enables matching Irish tender alerts to come straight to their inbox.

All new Supply2Gov Ireland users can access free Irish tenders in a local area of their choice. Free local areas include Dublin, Midland, and Border.

Irish environmental sector

At the end of 2018 the Irish Government launched a new trial programme to assess buses based on green criteria. Shane Ross, the Irish Minister for Transport, aims to purchase eco-friendly public transport vehicles in 2019, as well as outlawing the purchase of diesel busses for public transport. Read our infographic below to find out more about this programme and what public sector procurement opportunities are available.


Environmental tenders S2G


Win environmental tenders

If you would like to bid for and win more environmental tenders, Supply2Gov can help businesses access fresh opportunities every day.

Powered by Ireland’s largest database of public sector contracts, we’ve made it as easy as possible for you to find relevant opportunities in Ireland as well as in the UK.


New to tendering?

We have a range of payment options. Supply2Gov is designed for growing businesses, which is why users can choose to pay each month, every six months or annually.

If you are not a Supply2Gov user but would like to try our service for free, register now for our ‘Ready to Take Flight’ subscription and gain access to tender opportunities in the area of your choice.

Irish healthcare

At the beginning of October 2018, the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, presented the Irish Government Budget to Dáil Éireann. The Irish health sector will receive a further €1.05 billion in funding next year. Read our infographic below to out how the investment will be spent during 2019.


Health tenders

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Start winning tenders with Supply2Gov. Supply2Gov is designed for growing businesses, which is why users can choose to pay each month, every six months or annually.

New users get access to a free Irish local area subscription – with no strings attached. If you want to try our procurement portal before you jump into a paid subscription, register today.