E-procurement

E-procurement

E-procurement

18–22 May 2020
The course is available in English

This workshop prepares participants to play an active role in planning and implementing e-procurement projects within their organizations and in the public sector. At the end of the workshop, participants will understand the legal requirements for implementing e-procurement systems, their importance in improving operational performance and achieving cost savings, likely future trends, and the range of available business models, including e-tendering, e-auctions and e-marketplaces. They will be prepared to draft proposals for promoting e-procurement within their own organizations.

Introduction to the course

This workshop prepares participants to play an active role in planning and implementing e-procurement projects within their organizations and in the public sector. At the end of the workshop, participants will understand the legal requirements for implementing e-procurement systems, their importance in improving operational performance and achieving cost savings, likely future trends, and the range of available business models, including e-tendering, e-auctions and e-marketplaces. They will be prepared to draft proposals for promoting e-procurement within their own organizations.

Who attends this course?

Procurement officers; public administration specialists; policy-makers from ministries; senior project managers; central government and regional administration officials.

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