BiP Solutions has been awarded a place on two panels operated by The Office of the Revenue Commissioners (Revenue) for the provision of public sector procurement services including advice, training and consultancy.
Scott Smith COO of BiP’s Global Services Division said “Building on our experience of delivering high quality procurement training and advice services throughout the UK and Europe, we look forward to imparting this knowledge to buyers in the Republic of Ireland”
Details of the Panels are:
Panel 1: Procurement Advice and Consultancy
- General procurement advice and consultancy
- Guidance on best practice procurement procedures
- Interpretation of relevant procurement laws, guidelines, directives, case law and its implications
- Legal advice relating to procurement competitions, remedies and contracts
- Assistance with the creation of procurement strategies and planning
- Template documentation
- Specification, Qualification and Award Criteria setting
- Post-Tender, Supplier Management, Contract Management, Service Level Agreements
- Independent evaluation and assistance during tender processes
Panel 2: Procurement Training
- Tailored training courses to be delivered in Revenue offices in conjunction with Revenue’s Central Procurement Unit and Training Branch. Training under this heading would include items like introductions to procurement rules and processes, procurement in Revenue, procurement advisory roles within the organisation, best practice procedures for conducting competitive tender processes, specification setting, supplier management, procurement strategy and planning exercises.
- External standard procurement training relating to rules, regulations, procedures, specific tendering processes, strategic procurement etc.
Notes to Editors
About BiP Solutions Ltd
BiP Solutions offers consultancy services, in-house training and focused events, providing buyers and suppliers with invaluable procurement guidance. We are an established authority on all aspects of public procurement, and advise thousands of organisations in the UK and Europe on how to achieve best practice in this complex and often changing environment. In addition we provide compliant, innovative solutions, supporting procurement, supply chain and supplier engagement optimisation programmes for clients across the public and private sectors in the UK and beyond.
About The Office of the Revenue Commissioners
The Office of the Revenue Commissioners (Revenue) was established by Government Order in 1923. The Order provided for a Board of Commissioners. The Board comprises a Chairman and two Commissioners, all of whom carry the rank of Secretary General. The Chairman of the Board is also the Accounting Officer for Revenue. The Mission Statement of Revenue is ‘to serve the community by fairly and efficiently collecting taxes and duties and implementing Customs controls’.