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Reputational Mechanisms in Public Procurement. Felipe Goya, Director de ChileCompra, II Multilateral Meeting On Government Procurement. MMGP, Roma, Italia, 15, 16 y 17 de junio de 2010.

Reputational Mechanisms in Public Procurement. Felipe Goya, Director de ChileCompra, II Multilateral Meeting On Government Procurement. MMGP, Roma, Italia, 15, 16 y 17 de junio de 2010.

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  • 1. Reputational Mechanisms in Public Procurement
    SANTIAGO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  • 2. Basic Figures (2009)
    • USD 6 Billions (GDP 3.5%)
    • 3. 500.000 Public tenders per year
    • 4. 15.000 contacting officers
    • 5. 90.000 active suppliers
    • 6. 1.800.000 procurement orders
  • The market place
    Suppliers
    Buyers
    Suppliers´ information
    Official Electronic Register of State Suppliers
    E Market Place
  • 7. PPP
  • 8. Available information
    Regulatory framework basic compliance information
    Suppliers documentation
    Official Information sources
    Information provided by suppliers
    Value added services
  • 9. Regulatory framework basic compliance information
    I) General Accreditation (Registration)
    Certifies online eligibility compliance according to Public Procurement regulation. Public agencies verifies bidders’ compliance through this registry.
    • Eligibility compliance
    Validates compliance of additional rules for transacting with the State. I.e. onflictof Interests and Convictions for Anti-Union practices.
    • Supplementary Regulations
    • 10. Online certificates through integration with Notaries and Real Estate Registration Authorities (SIRI)
  • Suppliers documentation
    Digital vault for commercial documents and certifications (deeds, powers, Certificates of Good Standing, financial statements, etc.).
    Includes physical custody
  • 11. Value added services
    Reports
    Visibility on the private sector, the registry is available for privates companies consultation as well
  • 12. Company profile
    E -Catalogues
    Website (Internet address: URL)
    Trust Logo
    Business Notices
    RFQ
    News
  • 13. A gateway for doing business in Chile and overseas
  • 14. Some figures
    • Over 40,000 providers registered
    • 15. Companies profile:
    • 16. Location: 51% Santiago and 49% other regions
    • 17. Size: 3% Large, 35% SMEs and 62% Micro
    • 18. Over 200,000 documents accredited
  • Consultancy Directory Statistics
    20,000 registered suppliers in 8 months of operation
    Location: Santiago 70% and 30% other regions
    About 100,000 visitors monthly
    Over 7,800 Web sites (URL) created
    Over 7,000 Products created
    Over 1,000 News and Business Notices published
    Consultancy
    Suppliers Register
  • 19. What we don’t have:We don’t have black lists or suppliers qualifications
  • 20. Reputational Mechanisms in Public Procurement
    SANTIAGO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE