Welcome to eInvoicing Ireland

eInvoicing Ireland is responsible for facilitating public bodies in becoming compliant with the European Directive on eInvoicing (2014/55/EU) by April 2019. The Directive obliges contracting authorities and contracting entities ‘to receive and process electronic invoices’ (eInvoices) compliant with the European Standard (EN16931) by 18 April 2019 for Central Government. eInvoicing Ireland is working through the Office of Government Procurement (OGP) and with its four sector partners in Central and Local Government, Health  and Education to establish a procurement framework, from which public bodies will be able to access the services and solutions needed to support them in reaching compliance. It is important to note that suppliers are NOT being mandated under this Directive to send eInvoices in Ireland at this time.

The European Commission has identified eInvoicing as a key enabler in Europe’s move towards a Digital Single Market. To understand the obligations of the Directive, the national approach to eInvoicing in Ireland, and the potential business benefits, click the relevant link below -depending on whether you work for a public body, are a supplier or an eInvoicing service provider. The ‘Events and Announcements’ button below provides details about events attended and access to a range of eInvoicing Ireland presentations.

 

Latest Updates:

  • eInvoicing Ireland Information Update (Wednesday 7 November 2018) A Request for Tenders (RFT) for a ‘Multi Supplier Framework Agreement for the provision of PEPPOL networking and eInvoicing Systems and Services to the Irish Public Sector’ has been published on eTenders.ie and on OJEU (the Official Journal of the European Union). Please click here for the full update.
  • eInvoicing Ireland News Update (19 October 2018) – 6 Months and Counting, Planning is key to eInvoicing readiness for April 2019/April2020. Please click here for the full update.
  • eInvoicing Ireland Publication Update (19 October 2018)eInvoicing Ireland has developed a document of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on eInvoicing. Please click here to access the FAQs.
  • eInvoicing Ireland Public Consultation Launch (May 2018) – eInvoicing Ireland ran a Public Consultation on eInvoicing from 13 April – 25 May 2018. Please click here for further information.
  • eInvoicing Ireland News Update (18 January 2018) Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan T.D. signs Ireland up as a PEPPOL Authority member of OpenPEPPOL. Please click here for the full update

Further updates and information will be added to this page as they become available.

For specific queries please email einvoicing@ogp.gov.ie