E- Procurement

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  • Blockchain-based tool for public procurement officials

    Unknown Posted May 02 2018, 4:00 AM
    • e-Procurement implementations
    • e-Procurement at the Country Level
    • e-Procurement at the Sector Level
    • Anti-Corruption

    Hi folks,

    We're an international team working on a blockchain-based tool for public procurement officials and agents. We're currently looking for feedback on our product. If you can give us fifteen minutes of your time and answer some quick questions, please reply to this thread so we can reach out.

    Cheers,

    Arjun

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  • QA Discussion

    Veerabhadra Rao Badam Posted Oct 14 2018, 12:41 PM
    • Stress_tests

    Hi folks,

    • We're an international team working on a blockchain-based tool for public procurement officials and agents. We're currently looking for feedback on our product. If you can give us fifteen minutes of your time and answer some quick questions, please reply to this thread so we can reach out.
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  • QA Discussion-1

    Veerabhadra Rao Badam Posted Oct 11 2018, 3:52 PM
    • Financial Pillar
    The Energy Subsidy Reform Online Community (ESROC) brings together government officials from around the world, experts from the World Bank and from other international organizations interested in reforming energy subsidies. This members-only online platform is a safe space for frank discussion (Chatham House rules apply), networking among peers, and exchanging knowledge and experiences to help overcome the challenges of reforming energy subsidies. The platform is run by ESMAP and is open to all participants in ESMAP events about energy subsidies.
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  • Questions on e-Catalogs

    Sanda Jugo Posted Mar 23 2015, 4:00 AM

    Dear members,

     

    The following questions have been raised during the PPKEP Virtual Platform on e-Catalogs and can lead to interesting discussions, pleaseshare your thoughts or experiences:

     

    1. Notebook as a customizable item - is e-Catalog flexible enough to adopt this type of product, or just list of item-price is the essence?
    2. IT field is very dynamic and the specifications of the product change so rapidly.  Who should revise the specifications in the catalogue?  Is there any software which allows suppliers to change or who is managing the catalogue?
    3. Who prepares and manages the e-Catalogs, are they supplier managed or agency managed?
    4. How are the efficiency in the price of the items that are catalogued and decreases in procurement costs measured as e-Catalog seems to be used for “Direct Purchase” ?
    5. How are the qualifications of tenderers are evaluated over the system? Does the system have linkages to other e-government applications to receive info about qualifications of suppliers?

     

    Thanks

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  • Isn't it a time to revise MDB e-GP Readiness Assessment Questionnaire?

    Rajesh Kumar Shakya Posted Nov 29 2014, 5:00 AM
    • e-Procurement implementations
    • e-Procurement at the Country Level
    • e-Procurement at the Sector Level
    • e-Reverse Auctions
    • Anti-Corruption

    I have been doing e-GP Readiness Assessments at the beginning of each of the e-GP Initiatives from the World Bank. Usually I customise the questionnaire based on the country context. Most of the time, respondents complain that the questionnaire is too long. And in some cases, necessary information are not captured. I would propose to revise the questionnaire making it relevant.

    Expecting input from the community to make it more relevant to be used in all the WB e-GP Initiatives.

    Attached one of the recent templates I am using.

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  • Any examples where e-Procurement is beneficial in improving Procurement performance in Power Sector?

    Khalid Bin Anjum Posted Nov 05 2014, 5:00 AM

    I am looking for some examples where e-procurement has bring improvement in the performance of Procurement performance specifically in Power sector

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  • E-Procurement vs. E-Government Procurement vs. E-Public Procurement?

    Knut J. Leipold Posted Jul 23 2014, 4:00 AM


    In the past, we have used E-Government Procurement (e-GP) to differentiate from e-Procurement in the private sector. Before launching a CoP for this topic, it would be interesting to collect views on whether we should continue to use "E-GP" or whether we should use E-Procurement or any other name. Please join the discussion and submit your views.

     

    Many thanks,

    Knut

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