Cork ETB’s Procurement Policy and Procedures are available below:
Details of all of Cork ETB’s current tender competitions are available at www.etenders.gov.ie.
Details of tenders for goods and services in excess of €25k are published on a quarterly basis and are available below.
All Cork Education & Training Board tenders for goods and services in excess of €25,000 excluding VAT are posted on the eTenders procurement website. Tenders below this amount may also be added.
|190891||Counselling Services for Learners attending Further Education and Training Courses provided by CETB Cork Education and Training Board invites Tenders from suitably qualified service providers for the provision of Counselling Services for Learners attending Further Education and Training Programmes provided by Cork Education and Training Board in accordance with the requirements and specifications as set out in Appendix 1 to the Request for Tenders document. The response deadline is 21/6/2021 at 12.00 noon||20.05.2021|
|190809||Request for Tenders for Projectors & Audio Visual Goods & Services for Cork Education & Training Board (CETB) locations in Cork City and Cork County Closing date: 24th June 2021||25.05.2021|
|191718||Tender for the supply, delivery, and installation of Steel Lockers to Coláiste Treasa, Kanturk, Co. Cork Closing Date:28th of June 2021 at 12.00 noon Tenders to be submitted electronically via the etenders postbox facility on www.etenders.gov.ie Electronic submissions only please, hard copy tenders will not be accepted for this competition.||02.06.2021|
|192047||The Supply and Delivery of one new 10-Seater Wheelchair Accessible Minibus to Cork Education and Training Board Closing date: Friday, 25th June 2021 at 12.00 noon. Tenders to be submitted electronically via the etenders postbox facility on www.etenders.gov.ie Electronic submissions only please, hard copy tenders will not be accepted for this competition.||08.06.2021|
Capital Building Projects
The Public Spending Code
The Public Spending Code is the set of rules, procedures, and guidance to ensure Value for Money in public expenditure across the Irish Public Service. It imposes obligations at all stages of the project lifecycle on organisations that spend public money.
Relevant documents in relation to Capital Building Project as at 31st December 2019 can be found below: