Golden Book presentation e-PWG

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On 29th March, the Golden Book team together with DG MARKT from the European Commission presented the project at the 23nd meeting of the e-Procurement Working Group (ePWG) which took place in Brussels.

ePWG is a working group set up by DG MARKT to discuss on electronic public procurement.

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Golden Book presentation e-PWG

  1. 1. ww.pwc.come-Procurement GoldenBook of Good PracticesPresentation to e-PWG on 29 March Kelly Liljemo Project Manager
  2. 2. Agenda 1 2 3 4 March 2012PwC 2
  3. 3. Project Approach1PwC March 2012 3
  4. 4. Global Project Planning ask 1 ask 2 ask 3 Identification of 20 In-depth review of Writing the to 30 platforms to be the 20 to 30 “Golden Book” assessed and Areas platforms report; to be assessed identification of good practices and recommendations. March 2012PwC 4
  5. 5. Methodology – Task 11 dentify ilte r ria ing pro e 2 ank rit ces s tc> Long list ou ck- o Kn > Intermediate list 3 elect ter e cri vanc ia cri usion le ia Re te r Scenario 1 l300 platforms Inc Scenario 2 > Short List 126 platforms 30 platforms March 2012 PwC 5
  6. 6. Methodology – Task 2 n-depth analysis GoodShort List practices30 platforms • Accessibility • Interoperability • Usability • Etc. March 2012PwC 6
  7. 7. Methodology – Task 3 ommunication Input Impact Task 2 March 2012PwC 7
  8. 8. Current State2PwC March 2012 8
  9. 9. Current State ask 2 ask 3 ask 1 • We applied knock-out criteria to • We applied inclusion criteria exclude platforms not covering to insure diversity as we basic functionalities such as the identified 30 platforms for electronic submission of our in-depth analysis. e identified platforms We defined 6 high-level areas tenders. • • for our a relevance score We computed deep-going to sort the platforms according to be assessed in detail in order to identify good analysis for our study. to their relevance practices. March 2012PwC 9
  10. 10. Next Steps3PwC March 2012 10
  11. 11. Next Steps March 2012PwC 11
  12. 12. How can you contribute?4PwC March 2012 12
  13. 13. How can you contribute? Create awareness Help us reach out to reluctant platforms Your involvement is necessary to achieve a meaningful impact March 2012PwC 13
  14. 14. oming together isa beginning,staying togetheris progress, andworking togetheris success.enry Ford March 2012PwC 14
  15. 15. Thank you Questions? Suggestions? Contact us eProcGoldenBook@pwc.be March 2012PwC 15
  16. 16. Task 1 – results5PwC March 2012 16
  17. 17. Task 1 – resultsPwC
  18. 18. Platforms that are stable across the board Country Platform Belgium Flemish public procurement portal* Denmark Public Procurement Portal - SKI France Achats publics / Forsup France Place de marché interministérielle Beschaffungsamtes des Germany Bundesministeriums des Innern Italy Acquisti in Rete Italy Intercenter Lithuania Mercell Lithuania Malta Department of Contracts 13 ANCP Agência Nacional de Compras Portugal Publicas, E.P.E. * Portugal bizGov* United Kingdom Public Contracts Scotland*PwC United Kingdom Wales e-Procurement* * editors’ choice
  19. 19. Platforms that appear in both Scenario 1 and 2 Country Platform Austria Federal Procurement Agency Austria Procurement Portal of St Pölten city Cyprus Cyprus e-Procurement System (CyePS) Europe Consilium Tendering* Germany Vergabeverbundes Ostwestfalen-Lippe* Italy CSAMed* Central Public Procurement Information Lithuania System* Electronic Public Procurement Portal - Norway Ehandel.no* Portugal Platforma de Compras Publicas - Gatewit* Slovakia Electronic Procurement (EVO) * 12 Spain Sweden Platforma de contratacion del estado* Opic (Visma) *PwC * editors’ choice
  20. 20. Platforms that appear in Scenario 1 Country Platform France e-marchespublics.com* France Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d´Azur** Italy Autonomous Province Bolzano ** EmPULIA - Shopping Center For Italy Public Service** Portugal Tradeforum5PwC * editors’ choice ** also appear in sensitivity analysis
  21. 21. Platforms that appear in Scenario 2 Country Platform Austrian Register of Austria Tenders/Contractors - ANKÖ Estonia State Procurement Register France Conseil Général de lAube (CG10) * Electronic Contracting Platform of Spain Public Amd. - Catalonia* Spain Kontratazio publikoa Euskadin 5PwC * editors’ choice

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