KONEPS

Report
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Uzbekistan
e-GP Feasibility
Study (2009)
Jordan
Mongolia
Mongolian
e-GP System
(2012)
e-GP Feasibility
Study (2012)
Algeria
e-GP Feasibility
Study (2012)
Tunisia
Tunisian
e-GP System
Vietnam
Costa Rica
Vietnam e-GP
Pilot System
Costa Rican e-GP
System
(2010)
(MER-LINK, 2010)
(began in 2013)
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Intra-governmental cooperation
• Operated the Presidential Committee for e-Govt.(2001)
* legal framework, integration with external systems,
partnership with private sector
• PPS as a leading agency played a key role on leading and
managing the transition to e-GP
Development of legal framework
• Enacted e-government legislation : Digital Signature
Act (1999), Framework Act on e-Commerce (1999), etc
• Amended Procurement law and regulations to eliminate
barrier to the implementation of e-procurement
* e-Procurement Act (2013)
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Obstacles
 Lack of awareness and
capacity building
 Inertia of traditional
manual procurement
process
 Fear of loss of
discretionary power and
reduced role of PPS
solutions
 Intensifying the delivery of
training of procurement
officers and suppliers
(5,100 trainees in FY 2011)
 Promoting the benefits of
the e-GP and the necessity
of procurement reform
 Continuous user support
through call-center
(4,585 consultations daily)
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Integration of Entire Procurement Process
 80% of the total 565 processes in three categories (goods,
services, construction works) were revised
 152 processes were removed, and over 300 processes
were streamlined through integration and digitalization
Revision of Legal and Institutional Basis
 Provisions for the registration of information and mandatory
reporting for e-Procurement services
 Revisions for the streamlining of procurement procedures
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Security
Standard
Service
Stability
• Authentication & Data integrity : PKI based
digital signature & encryption
• System security : firewall, intrusion detection
system, etc
• Adopted UNSPSC as a standard for commodity
classification (2.2M items)
• Based on the global standards of e-document
(XML, SOAP, EBMS, etc)
• Dual structure for servers and networks
• Back-up system for disaster recovery
• Funding 10% of development cost /year for
ongoing operation
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• Simplification and clarification of procurement regulations
for process transition through BPR
• A single e-procurement system for all public organizations
• Take the step-by-step approach from integrated bid notice,
e-bidding and e-Shopping Mall
• Government leadership and establishment of a lead agency
• Long-term planning & risk management for the on-going
operation including funding resources, capacity building for
operational staff & clear system management protocol.
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