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Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities
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Golden book presentation: Challenges and opportunities

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PwC partner, Floris Ampe, explains the purpose and status of the ongoing study, focusing on the current state of the e-Procurement landscape in Europe.

PwC partner, Floris Ampe, explains the purpose and status of the ongoing study, focusing on the current state of the e-Procurement landscape in Europe.

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  • The 2012 mission of DG MARKT is to develop a dynamic single market in order to secure a prosperous economic future for everyone in the EU. Within Public Procurement, the objective is to prepare a modern framework for EU's public procurement The target is to increase use of e-procurement procedures (e.g. enotices, e-submissions, e-ordering) and increase cross-border bidding and success in above threshold procedures This is measured by looking at availability (number of eProcurement platforms operating in the EU) use ( % of procurement procedures (tender submission) completed online) cross border participation (level of cross-border contract awards) Let’s focus on the two measurements Availability and Use
  • Back in 2004 the member states agreed on clear targets for these (same) measurements 100% of public procurement will be available electronically At least 50% of tenders submitted electronically (above threshold)
  • We aimed for 100% availability - reached 71% Our (ongoing) Golden Book study has shown that there is more than 300 e-Procurement platforms and portals spread over Europe More than 130 of them offer e-Submission (This picture of the e-Procurement landscape is evolving in real time)
  • How about use? Let’s look at how the market changed between the years 2005 and 2010. Every bubble here is a country On the x axis here we put enterprises using the internet for submitting a proposal in a public electronic tender system to public authorities (because we want to discover how the use of e-Procurement has evolved). However, as we do not have good data on number of electronic tenders submitted between these years we use the numbers of businesses submitting tenders as proxy for e-Procurement use. (Note that this shows the two aspects of companies participating in public procurement and number of companies sending tenders electronically) On the y axis here we put enterprises using internet for interaction with public authorities: let’s call it the proxy for overall e-Goverment use Finally (down ”here”) you can see how time evolves from 2005 to 1010. You can see from this graph that in 2005 the spread of countries was very wide when it comes to use of e-Government. The same goe’s for use of e-Procurement. (In 2005, the average use of e-Governement services was 64%) (In 2005, the average use of e-Procurement services was 8%) Please note that – to avoid the bubbles from becoming too small – we have adapted the y-axis to cover 30-100%, while the x-axis covers 0-40%. Now, what has happened since 2005? Do we still in 2010 have a low use of e-Goverment and the bubbles live down ”here” and the use of e-Procurement is relatively low and the bubbles live on ”this” side? Or can we see that the bubbles have moved further up and to the right up ”there” Let’s look at the evolution of this. [click play] We can see that the bubbles are moving upwards here, some of them are moving to the right as well (this is cyprus moving a bit up but not at all to the right, this is Finland, this over here is Ireland, and this is Lithuania) We can see that we have a tendency of the bubbles to migrate upwards, meaning the overall use of e-Government has increased However, the spread of the bubbles horisontally has even increased! The use of e-Procurement has not increased the same way
  • The commission services estimated that the 13% of enterprises using internet to submit a tender, corresponds to 5-10% of tenders submitted electronically
  • Let’s now go back to the bubbles, and make a comparison directly between Ireland and Cyprus to see the difference in evolution between the two countries. Ireland: moves quickly to the right (increased use of e-Proc) Cyprus: moves only upwards (increased use of e-Gov but not e-Proc) Key points to note: Average is different from individual results. (Average: 13%, Min: 3%, Max: 32%, and also number of businesses submitting tenders is different from number of tenders submitted) We have seen that there are many e-Procurement platforms in Europe, and we can also see that here are success factors and lessons to be learnt from these different e-Procurement platforms The gathered collective experience is a goldmine of knowledge on e-Procurement good practices The Golden Book project is collecting those good practices (now, let’s look at how we collect them)
  • The e-Procurement Golden Book of good practice will be presented as a web-site on the europa.eu pages of the EU The slide shows a conceptual mock-up to illustrate (e.g.) that we are taking into account both the contracting authorities (publish tenders etc) and the economic operators (submit tenders etc). The site will be available beginning of 2013.
  • We invite to join us and share thoughts already today. We will make available information on the progress of the golden book as we go along on the Golden Book website , LinkedIn and Twitter We can also be contacted via the eProcGoldenBook@pwc.be functional mailbox
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    • 1. www.pwc.come-Procurement GoldenBook of Good PracticeBest practices and lessons learntin implementing e-Procurement 26 June 2012 Floris Ampe
    • 2. Source: DG Internal Market Management Plan 2012DG MARKT’s Mission Mission Objective Target Cross-border Measurements Availability Use participation Number of Use of e-Submission Level of cross-border e-Procurement contract awards platforms operating in the EUe-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 2
    • 3. In 2004, the i2010 target was clear 100% Availability > 50% Use ontracting authority conomic operatore-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 3
    • 4. 71% avail a bilityWhat did we achieve by 2010?Our study shows that, in 2012,technology is availablee-Procurement platforms are established 9 11 Europe 1 3in many regions and Member States 8 3 15 3331 3 43 5 9 37 7 3e-Procurement 1 5 4 10 5platforms and portals 4 24 2 44 18154 3 1 Platforms offer 10 8 5 e-Submission services 4 2 Sources: Eurostat – e-Government statistics | Golden book study (ongoing)e-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 4
    • 5. 1 3% o fWhat did we achieve by 2010? enterpris es use Bubbles = European countries Y-axis = e-Government use Enterprises using Internet for interaction with public authorities X-axis = e-Procurement use Enterprises using the Internet for submitting a proposal in a public electronic tender system to public authorities “eProc Use” Time Source: Eurostat – e-Government statisticse-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 5
    • 6. On average, we did not reach the i2010 target Increased cross-border & SME participation Stagnation 71% Availability 13% 5-10% Use ontracting authority conomic operator Sources: Eurostat – e-Government statistics | DG Internal Market Management Plan 2012e-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 6
    • 7. ... but there are lessons to be learnt Source: Eurostat – e-Government statisticse-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 7
    • 8. How are we extracting the good practices?tep 1 tep 3Identification of 30 platforms to Writing the “Golden Book” report;be assessed and Areas to be identification of good practices andassessed recommendations Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. In-depth review of the 30 platforms e-Procurement Golden Book of GoodWe are here Practice tep 2e-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 8
    • 9. My account | Site map | Help | Contact | Log in I’m a contrac e-Procurement Search Golden Book I’m an econo of Good Practice About the Golden Book Practices Concrete actions Search tools Search for practices >>> Your search on practices returned10 listings. Display the complete list Keywords Insert keywords Practice 1: Practice Name of recommendations Practice 2: Practice Name Country Choose country Practice 3: Practice Name Advanced search Practice 4: Practice Name Type Choose type Practice 5: Practice Name Practice 6: Practice Name Areas Choose area to be assessed Practice 7: Practice Name Practice 8: Practice Name Practice 9: Practice Name Go Practice 10: Practice NameID – PRACTICE NAMEPractice Statement Attributes Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit . Praesent aliquet nisi nec ligula scelerisque tristique. Praesent est velit, posuere a tempus non, suscipit sit amet magna . A single point of access Etiam condimentum, ante ac vehicula tincidunt , odio erat tristique lectus. of good practices forPractice Rationale Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit . Praesent aliquet nisi nec ligula scelerisque tristique . Praesent est velit, posuere a tempus non, suscipit sit amet magna . Etiam condimentum, ante ac vehicula tincidunt . implementing e-ProcurementAssessment criteria/Metric Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit . Praesent aliquet nisi nec ligula scelerisque tristique . Praesent est velit, posuere a tempus non, suscipit sit amet magna . Etiam condimentum, ante ac vehicula tincidunt .
    • 10. Together we can make e-Procurement happen Join us today! Share your thoughts http://www.pwcblogs.be/eProcGoldenBook/ ProcGoldenBook@pwc.be @eProcGoldenBook ttp://www.linkedin.com/groups/e ProcGoldenBook-4494768e-Procurement Golden Book of Good Practice June 2012PwC 10

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