@brianhayestd announced the Framework for the Supply of Purchasing Cards to the Irish public sector as @talktoBOI @UlsterBankGroup


Half a million public service invoices to be eliminated – Hayes
PIC SHOWS: (l – r) Brendan Kelly, Bank of Ireland, Paul Quinn, Chief Procurement Officer, Minister of State Brian Hayes, Eddie Cullen, Ulster Bank and John McGrane, Ulster Bank
Procurement Minister, Mr. Brian Hayes TD, announced today the launch of the Framework for the Supply of Purchasing Cards to the Irish public sector. 
Following a competitive process the two successful suppliers of these cards were named as Ulster Bank Ireland Limited and Bank of Ireland.  The primary aim of these purchasing cards is to reduce the cost of processing the significant number of low value invoices that come in to State bodies on a daily basis.  This Framework Agreement will target up to €200 million of State expenditure which currently involves the processing of some half a million invoices with an average value of €350. 

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