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Public Spending Code Compliance

The Public Spending Code came into effect in September 2013. As outlined in Circular 13/13: “The Public Spending Code: Expenditure Planning, Appraisal & Evaluation in the Irish Public Service-Standard Rules & Procedures”, the objective of the code is to ensure that best value is achieved by the state for the resources it has at its disposal.

Local Authorities and all bodies in receipt of public funding are obliged to comply with the requirements of the Code. Each Authority is required to complete a Quality Assurance process and publish an annual report which is signed off by the Chief Executive.

The following report is the “Public Spending Code-Quality Assurance Report” for Mayo County Council for the years ended 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022

PSC Quality Assurance Report 2022

PSC Quality Assurance Report 2021

PSC Quality Assurance Report 2020

PSC Quality Assurance Report 2019

PSC Quality Assurance Report 2018

PSC Quality Assurance Report 2017

Procurements in Excess of €10 million

During 2021 there was one procurement in excess of €10m. The details of which are as follows

PSC - Procurement In Excess of 10m during 2021

During 2022 there were 3 Procurements in excess of €10m. The details of which are as follows:

PSC - Procurement in Excess of 10m during 2022

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