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  • 1. PublicProcurementofInnovationinNorwayMarit Holter-SørensenHead of Section, Difi
  • 2. WorkingtogetherThe Confederationof Norwegian Enterprise(NHO)The Norwegian Association ofLocal and RegionalAuthorities (KS)MinistriesSomelargepublicauthorities, companies andmunicipalitiesAgency for Public Procurement andeGovernement (Difi)Innovation Norway and The Research Council ofNorwayDato Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKT
  • 3. Public Procurement in NorwayPublic procurement in Norwayaccounts for about 380 billionNOK annually (about 15 % ofGDP)Public procurement isdecentralised – but increasedcentralisation of procurement instate sector is underconsiderationWhite paper on PublicProcurement published in 2008Governement Strategy onInnovation published in March
  • 4. Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKTGreat attention to PPI inNorway!
  • 5. Key actors in NorwayDato Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKTFrontrunnerand facilitatorDevelops methodologyand builds competenceImplementpolicies andtest methodsFunding andmarkedexpertiseFunding and R&Dexpertise
  • 6. Dato Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKTIs there a solutionavailable on themarket?NoYes1.Challenge2.Definingthe need3. MarketdialogueR&D/innovationprojectPPIThe Basic Method…
  • 7. Pilot project – Oslo municipality: Care +Making use of technology in assisted living facilities7BackgroundAn aging population and fewer hands atwork calls for new solutions!Preliminary resultsDialogue with the market inspired new andinnovative ideas for the municipality.The specification was much more needs-oriented and functional than if they hadcompleted a traditional process.Suppliers have also gained new insightsinto the needs and opportunities andincreased their competitiveness throughthis cooperation and development.
  • 8. Dato Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKTIs there a solutionavailable on themarket?NoYes1.Challenge2.Definingthe need3. MarketdialogueR&D/innovationprojectPPIThe Basic Method – Oslo Municipality Care+- Agingpopulation– fewerhands- Severalend-userresearchesand testsincl. «test-house»Supplierconference, one-to-one meetingswith 13suppliers, writteninput fromsuppliers, one-to-one meetingsbetween suppliersYes, usedordinaryopen tenderprocedure, but continuedevelopmentafterprocurement
  • 9. Pilot Project –NAV (Labour and Welfare Service and the municipality):HearingrehabilitationTechnical hearing aids9BackgroundNAV desires the best and mostrecently developed tools in the market–to meet the users needsPreliminary resultsNAV has gained knowledge of existingtechnology and services to best meetthese needsNAV initiated a design competition in2011 in one of the areas where therewere unsolved needs.Secured increased interest /competition9
  • 10. Dato Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKTIs there a solutionavailable on themarket?NoYes1.Challenge2.Definingthe need3. MarketdialogueR&D/innovationprojectPPIThe Basic Method – Hearing rehabilitation - NAV- Wantedthe besthearingtechnologyavailablefor users- User grouprepresentatives wereinvited intotheprocurementteamSupplierconference andmarket researchrevelead that thechallenge wasreally twofoldSolution available for partsof the need. Initiated adesign competition in oneof the areas where themarket could not meet theneeds.
  • 11. Pilot project – Lyngdalmunicipality:Making use of technology in Care facilitiesBackgroundA aging population and fewer hands at workcalls for new solutions!Preliminary resultsDialogue with the market inspired new andinnovative ideas for the municipality.Suppliers have also gained new insights intothe needs and opportunities.EU project "INNOBUILD"Lyngdal (NO) and Falun (SE) municipality
  • 12. Direktoratet for forvaltning og IKT