ProgrEAST: "Raising Awareness on PCP in Eastern European Countries" (László Gergely)

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ProgrEAST: "Raising Awareness on PCP in Eastern European Countries" (László Gergely)

  1. 1. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowthof competitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe ProgrEAST: “Raising awareness on PCP in Eastern European countries” Laszlo Gergely MBA Director of Business Development Theodore Puskas Foundation CentraLab Event BUDAPEST, Hungary 2 October 2012 This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  2. 2. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth ofcompetitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe PROGR-EAST Innovative Procurement techniques to support the growth of competitiveness for public services in Eastern Europe EU FP7 funded project (2010-2012) Consortium  Innova Spa – Italy (coordinator)  Innovatika – Poland  Theodore Puskas Foundation- Hungary  BIC Bratislava – Slovakia  University of Ljubljana - Slovenia This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  3. 3. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth ofcompetitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe PROGR-EAST Objectives Create awareness on Pre-commercial Procurement (PCP) practices among public administrations and interested stakeholders in 5 target European Countries (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia) Stimulate and encourage the use of PCP in the 5 target countries Facilitate dialogue on PCP issues between European stakeholders Support PCP strategies and policies in Eastern Europe Create the conditions to favour a PCP approach diffusion for the implementation of innovative public services Boost the creation of transnational Public Private Partnerships This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  4. 4. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth of competitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe Progr-EAST main actions Awareness-raising actions  Organisation of 5 national local workshops focused on PCP in SK, SI, CZ, PL & HU (more than 120 procurers, PAs representatives, other PCP stakeholders addressed) Capacity-building actions  PCP Manual - a practical guide to PCP implementation  Training Session on PCP with 25 procurers attending  5 PCP Pilot projects  Dissemination actions  Web site (www.progreast.eu )/Social media  Newsletters  Policy recommendations for the implementation of PCP This project has been funded with support from the European 4 Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  5. 5. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth of competitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe PCP Manual Developed to provide a supporting “hands-on” tool to policy makers and public procurers in PROGR-EAST countries (PL, CZ, SK, SL, HU) looking for practical guidelines to set-up PCP processes Aims at simplifying the PCP procedure by:  designing a structured PCP process-flow organised in a step-wise manner, covering all the phases of the process from the identification of needs to commercial procurement;  giving practical tips, examples and providing useful material and documentation for each phase of the PCP process; Available at  shedding light on some critical issues (e.g. IPR) www.progreast.eu This project has been funded with support from the European 5 Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  6. 6. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth ofcompetitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe PCP Manual (2) Overview of the procurement pathway This project has been funded with support from the European 6 Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  7. 7. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth ofcompetitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe PCP Manual (3) The PCP process in detail This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  8. 8. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth ofcompetitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe PCP Pilot projects Simulations of PCP projects in the 5 target countries     Country Project Title Area of intervention   Vision-based sensor for inspection of building structures Intelligent building under risk Poland Bio-informaticss system generating parametric, descriptive data of patients with cancer disease allowing to share e-Health research data among different locations Advanced Traffic Control Systems Slovakia e-Transport Czech Republic Modern ICT Social Affairs Services e-government/e-inclusion Automated approach for the assessment of the scientific Slovenia e-government performance of researchers Hungary Development of value-added ICT security services for the e-government/defence   National Cyber Security Centre This project has been funded with support from the European 8 Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  9. 9. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth ofcompetitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe Thank you for your attention! For more information on ProgrEAST visit our website at: www.progreast.eu or contact the coordinator: Antonella Vulcano (a.vulcano@innova-eu.net) This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  10. 10. Innovative PROcurement techniques to support the GRowth ofcompetitiveness for public services in EASTern Europe László Gergely MBA Director of Business Development laszlo.gergely@neti.hu eu@neti.hu Theodore Puskas Foundation www.neti.hu This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)

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