E-PROCUREMENT

Start Day: Wed 26 June
End Day: Fri 28 June

Module description:

E-Procurement is gradually evolving as an important tool in enhancing efficiency and fostering transparency and wider competition in public procurement operations. 

Currently, E-Procurement initiatives are constrained by a number of legal and oversight gaps in addition to scarcity of skills and capacity within governments at the human resources level. The real benefit of e-procurement lies not in the use of technology per se; E-Procurement can contribute significantly to the process of the transformation towards a leaner, more cost-effective government, it can enhance the speed and efficiency of public procurement by streamlining processes, lowering costs, and facilitating document retrieval and record-keeping.
The main objective of this module is to prepare the participants to play an active role in planning and implementing E-Procurement projects in their organizations and in the public sector in general.

- Understand basic concepts of E-Procurement, its potential and trends as well as practical issues to be dealt with in developed and developing countries
- Review diverse business models including e-Tendering, e-Auction, and e-Marketplace
- Understand e-procurement legal framework and technological infrastructure for E-Procurement implementation
- Understand project implementation aspects and operational and organizational impacts related to E-Procurement adoption, both in general terms and with particular reference to the participant’s own organization.

 

Lecturer 1

De Paoli Annalisa

Date June 26: hours 2.00-5.00

         June 27: hours 10.00-1.00 

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Lecturer 2

Vidoni Anna

Date  June 26: hours 2.00-5.00

          June 27: hours 2.00-5.00

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Lecturer 3

Gianluca Ialongo

June 28: hours 10.00-1.00

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Lecturer 4

Antonella Caressa

June 28: hours 2.00-5.00

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EXAM MODALITIES

Module 12: PROCUREMENT

Prof. Mastrogregori

Available time: 1 hour

The exam will be based on multiple-choice questions and will be mainly focused on digital negotiation processes and tools characteristics.

Department of Economics and Finance
University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Via Columbia 2, 00133 Roma

Director
Prof. Gustavo Piga
gustavo.piga@uniroma2.it

Executive Director
Prof. Annalisa Castelli
annalisa.castelli@uniroma2.it

Distance Learning Coordinator
Prof. Andrea Appolloni
andrea.appolloni@uniroma2.it

Secretariat
Cristina Cerri / Simona Rippo
cerri@economia.uniroma2.it
simona.rippo@uniroma2.it

Phone: +39 06 7259 5942
Fax: +39 06 2020 500
public.procurement@uniroma2.it.

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