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Title: End-to-end eProcurement


1
End-to-end eProcurement
  • Rolling Plan on ICT Standardisation
  • Brussels, 25 March 2014

Marc Christopher Schmidt DG Markt, Unit
C4 eProcurement and Economic Analysis
2
The economic context
  • Public expenditure is 19 of EU GDP
  • Word Bank estimates that eProc can trigger
    savings between 6 and 13.5 of total public
    procurement
  • eProc will contribute in terms of fiscal
    consolidation

3
Advantages of eProc
  • Cut of administrative burden
  • Improved transparency, accountability,
    traceability
  • Reduced litigation, corruption, fraud
  • Better monitoring

4
The Commission fosters eProc
  • Communication on "end-to-end eProcurement"
  • The new PP Directives
  • The new eInvoice Directive

5
1. Com "end-to-end eProcurement"
  • Communication from the Commission from 2013
  • Is about transition to full eProcurement
  • Covers pre-award and post-award
  • Opportunity re-think procurement processes
  • http//eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/HTML
    /?uriCELEX52013DC0453rid1

6
2. The new PP Directives
  • Published end of March 2014
  • Makes eProc mandatory for PP in 2018
  • Has more "e" elements in it
  • eNotices, eAccess, eSubmission
  • eCertis, ESPD (Electronic Single Procurement
    Document)
  • http//eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/HTML
    /?uriCELEX32014L0024rid1

7
3. The new eInvoice Directive
  • All public authorities must allow receipt of
    eInvoices by 2020 (CPBs by 2019) if compliant to
    the EU standard
  • New European eInvoicing standard by CEN
  • Based on existing standards
  • 3 Years
  • Published April/May 2014

8
Next steps
  • Setup of European Forum on eProcurement (EFEP)
  • Participants are MS and Standardization Bodies
  • Support the transition to eProc
  • Planned to start October 2014
  • Developing of interpretative guideline on
    Directive
  • Support of interoperability initiatives like eSENS

9
Thank you for your attention
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