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Government ICT Procurement Policy Industry Survey -- May 5 2008

Government ICT Procurement Policy Industry Survey -- May 5 2008

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Government ICT Procurement Policy Industry Survey Government ICT Procurement Policy Industry Survey Presentation Transcript

  • Government ICT Procurement Policy Forum Charles MOK Ex-officio Member Hong Kong Information Technology Federation 5 May 2008 Industry Survey
  • The Survey
    • Co-organized by CAHK, HKCS, HKITF, WTIA, ISIA and SCK Office
    • Conducted from May-August 2007
    • Target: contractors/subcontractors with experience in Government ICT projects
    • 31 completed questionnaires collected
  • Project Background Information
    • Industry Survey
  • Value and types of contract
  • Technical demonstration *Question only available to contracts required technical demonstration
  • Contractor's liability
  • Out-of-scope tasks
    • 50% respondents were assigned with out-of-scope tasks (n=30)
    *Question only available to contracts required technical demonstration
  • Out-of-scope tasks
  • Profit margin
  • General Comments on Government ICT Projects
    • Industry survey
  • Innovativeness
  • Technical competency
  • Current liability regime… 55% 10% 64% 61%
  • Policy Suggestions
    • Industry survey
  • Highest priority to see a change in policy
  • Unlimited liability regime
  • Selection criteria
  • Tendering process
  • Payment arrangements
  • Thank You