The organisation is structured to gather expert knowledge and skills in the key areas of our work.
We have a network of offices overseas to be close to our markets and gather the best information and form the strongest possible networks into the companies we target.
Our headquarters offices are structured on the basis of having the sectoral expertise and the business management skills to support companies as they locate here.
We have a network of regional offices around the country so that we are close to communities and know their needs and strengths very well.
If you would like to locate an office visit our IDA Global Teams section
For more details of the internal structure of IDA Ireland please refer to the Freedom of Information section below.
Code of Conduct
IDA Ireland Code of Business Conduct for Board Members. The Code sets out in written form the agreed standards of principle and practice which inform the conduct of members of the IDA Board in performing their duties as Board members. (49kb)
Board Members 2016
Chairman, IDA Ireland
Vice President and Managing Director, Global Printhead Operations ISB/IPG,
Hewlett Packard (Manufacturing) Ltd.
Executive Director, Edward M Kennedy Institute, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Denis J Collins
Chairman, LearnLode Ltd
Business Group President Integrated Network Business Unit and Global Services Business Unit, Flextronics
Chairman, London Economics
Managing Partner, Indecon International Economic Consultants
Director, Tedcastle Oil Products
Director, Hillington Investments
Dr. Geraldine B. McGinty
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Presbyterian Hospital
Secretary General, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation
Chief Executive Officer, IDA Ireland
General Manager, Johnson and Johnson Vision Care (Vistakon)
Board member of the American Chamber of Commerce
Director of Infrastructure Services UK & Ireland at IBM
Partner in Accenture until January 2016
Public Sector Information
IDA Ireland complies with the regulations on the Re-use of Public Sector Information and we encourage the re-use of the information that we produce. The regulations are available at www.psi.gov.ie.
The information on this website is the copyright of IDA Ireland unless otherwise stated.
Information and documents obtained from this website may be reproduced and/or re-used subject to the latest PSI licence available at psi.gov.ie.
Access to Information on the Environment
Further Information - Access to Information on the Environment - DOC
Data Protection Policy
Prompt Payment Policy
IDA Ireland is committed to making every effort to pay its suppliers promptly. In this regard suppliers can help by ensuring that
- correct invoices are sent directly to Accounts Payable
- invoices quote a valid IDA Ireland Purchase Order Number
- accurate bank account details are provided
- ensure that their Tax Clearance status with the Irish Revenue Commissioners is up to date.
(In the case of all public sector contracts of a value of €10,000 (inclusive of VAT) or more within any 12-month period, the contractor (and agent or sub-contractor as appropriate) will be required to produce either a valid tax clearance certificate or a C2 certificate. This is a mandatory requirement. Full details on tax clearance procedures may be found on the Revenue Commissioners website).
Prompt Payment of Accounts Legislation
Payment of invoices by IDA Ireland is governed by the Prompt Payment of Accounts Act, 1997 as amended by the European Communities (Late Payment in Commercial Transactions) Regulations 2002. The legislation provides for the payment of interest on valid invoices which are unpaid after 30 days from the date of receipt. IDA Ireland considers an invoice received only when it is received by Accounts Payable, Finance, quoting a valid IDA Ireland Purchase Order number. Interest is calculated in respect of the period starting on the date after the due date and ending on the date when payment is made.
Payment of interest cannot be waived by the supplier and must be included with the amount payable for the goods or services without demand for its payment being made by the supplier.
With effect from 16 March 2013 the late payment interest rate is 8.75% per annum (that is based on the ECB rate(as at 1 January 2013) of 0.75% plus the margin of 8%). That rate equates to a daily rate of 0.024%. Penalty interest due for late payments should be calculated on a daily basis. The ECB rate can be checked on the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland website www.centralbank.ie
IDA Ireland has ten working days to advise suppliers in writing of any queries and/or defects with the invoice that prevent payment being made. Following acceptance by IDA Ireland of the corrected invoice, IDA Ireland will endeavor to issue payment within 15 days.
The legislation does not oblige payment to be made to a supplier who has failed or refused to comply with a request to produce a tax clearance certificate and it expressly extends the statutory time limit for payment where there are delays in furnishing a tax clearance certificate. Also the Act does not affect the deduction of withholding tax from any payment to a supplier.
15-Day Payment Requirement, July 2011
The Government extended the non-statutory requirement applicable to Central Government Departments to all public bodies from July 2011, to reduce the payment period by Public Bodies to their suppliers from 30 to 15 days. Every effort, consistent with proper financial procedures, is being made to ensure that all suppliers are paid within this timeframe.
Prompt Payment Return Jan to March 2017 - Word Doc
Prompt Payment Return September to December 2016 - Word Doc
Prompt Payment Return July to September 2016 - Word Doc
Prompt Payment Return April to June 2016 - Word Doc
Prompt Payment Return January to March 2016 - Word Doc
“Buafaimid d’Éirinn, dá muintir agus dá réigiún an chuid is fearr den nuálaíocht agus den infheistíocht idirnáisiúnta ionas go leanfar de chlaochlú na hÉireann ina sochaí cheannasach dhomhanda atá
saibhir i dtaca le cruthaitheacht, foghlaim agus leas pearsanta agus sóisialta.
Oibreoimid i gcomhpháirtíocht le heagraíochtaí eile chun an chuid is fearr de chumais agus de thallanna na hÉireann a fheabhsú agus chun iad a chur in oiriúint don chuid is fearr den infheistíocht dhomhanda. A mhéid a bhaineann le gach dream lena n-oibrímid nó lena ndéanaimid teagmháil, comhlíonfaimid ár misin go macánta, go foirfe, ó thaobh gairmiúlachta de, agus go gníomhaíoch.”
IDA Annual Reports as Gaeilge (PDF Files)
- IDA Annual Report 2015 - Irish language Version, Tuairisc Bhliantúil IDA
- IDA Annual Report 2014 - Irish language Version, Tuairisc Bhliantúil IDA
- IDA Annual Report 2013 - Irish language Version, Tuairisc Bhliantúil IDA
- IDA Annual Report 2012 - Irish language Version, Tuairisc Bhliantúil IDA
- IDA Annual Report 2011 - Irish language Version, Tuairisc Bhliantúil IDA
- IDA Annual Report 2010 - Irish language Version, Tuairisc Bhliantúil IDA