Provision of Training for Data Protection Officers (DPOs) with regard to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which is due to come into effect from May 2018.
Type of document: Contract Notice
Procedure: Pre-information or periodic indicative notice
PROVISION OF TRAINING FOR DATA PROTECTION OFFICERS (DPOS) WITH REGARD TO THE GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) WHICH IS DUE TO COME INTO EFFECT FROM MAY 2018.
Contract type: Service contract
Contracting authority: The Office of Government Procurement, 3A Mayor Street Upper, Dublin 1. D01 PF72, Republic of Ireland. Web: (Colette Farrell , Office of Government Procurement).
Object of the contract
The requirement for delivery of training to DPOs on the GDPR exists within the following context;
The GDPR comes into effect from May 2018. The Regulation builds on current data protection law by further strengthening the data protection rights of individuals and imposing more stringent obligations on public authorities acting as data controllers and data processors, including a requirement to designate ‘appropriately qualified’ data protection officers (DPOs). It is envisaged that the training for staff designated as DPOs, within the civil service and public bodies across the public sector, will be delivered by external market operators to be procured in accordance with national and EU public procurement rules. The Awarding Authority is considering running a competitive procurement process to establish a framework of training providers.
This is not a competition or invitation to tender. This Request for Information (RFI) does not constitute an invitation to tender, or any offer to enter into a Framework Agreement and/or any contract
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Response deadline 5.9.2017 (13:00:00)
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