Organized by OPET University of Lisbon, IST www.opet.pt Portuguese Association of Public Markets 2nd European Conference on e-Public Procurement (ECPP) Contributions by authors from 21 countries – Albania, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dubai, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States – and The European Commission 27th May 2014 - IST, Lisbon European Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions SPECIAL SPONSOR and support from the Group of Urban and Environmental Planning of CESUR – Centre of Urban and Regional Systems – IST, University of Lisbon MAJOR SPONSORS Program All sessions and documents will be in English. The program includes multiple perspectives about e-public procurement presented by authors from 21 countries and from the European Commission to discuss and to understand the impacts and the benefits of the new Directives: a. Concessions (2014/23/2014); b. Public Procurement (2014/24/2014); c. Public Procurement for the Special Sectors – Water, Energy, Transport and Postal Services – (2014/25/2014); Approved on 26 February 2014 and published by the Official Journal of the European Union on 28 March, 2014. 8h30 – 9h30 Registration Opening and Plenary Session - The Challenges of the New European Directives on Public Procurement – Welcome Address – Arlindo Oliveira, President of IST Lisbon Tech, University of Lisbon – The New Directives and e-Public Procurement – Luís Valadares Tavares, President of OPET (Portuguese Observatory of Technology Foresight) and APMEP (Portuguese Association of Public Markets) – 9h30 – 11h00 Opening Address – Joaquim Nunes de Almeida, Director of Public Procurement, Directorate-General for the Internal Market and Services, European Commission – Two new books: A) The New Directive 2014/24/EU, by Luís Valadares Tavares, Rui Medeiros and David Coelho, presented by Joaquim Nunes de Almeida B) A Networked Society, by Luís Valadares Tavares and António Aguiar Costa, presented by Jaime Quesado – 11h00 – 11h30 Challenges and Strategies of ESPAP – Jaime Quesado, ESPAP, Portugal Coffee Break Parallel Sessions (Each Presentation between 10 and 15 minutes) Auditorium 11h30 – 12h45 Session A1| E-Public Procurement across the World I Room Schumann Session A2| E-Public Procurement: Policies and Results Room Monet 12h45 – 13h45 Session A3| International Cooperation Light Lunch – offered to registered participants Plenary Session II – Interoperability and Advanced e-Platforms Chairman: Keith White-Hunt – Vice-President for Academic Affairs & Administration at University of Modern Sciences, Dubai; Fernando Silva – President of IMPIC (Instituto dos Mercados Públicos, do Imobiliário e da Construção, IP), Portugal 14h00 – 15h15 The Impacts of the New Directives on Electronic Public Procurement in Portugal – Isabel Rosa, IMPIC, Portugal Policy and Implementation of e-Procurement - Kornelis Drijfhout, Ministry of Economic Affairs, CEN/BII, The Netherlands The New Advances of Vortal Platform – Miguel Sobral, Vice-President of Vortal, Portugal The Perspective of e-Procurement by Pixelware – Safwan Nassri, General Director of Pixelware, Spain Creative Procurement Network – Luís Marques Ferreira, EDP, Portugal Parallel Sessions (Each Presentation between 10 and 15 minutes) 15h30 – 16h45 Auditorium Session B1| E-Platforms: Challenges and New Services Room Schumann Session B2| E-Public Procurement across the World II Room Monnet Session B3| The Perspectives of Central Purchasing Bodies I 16h45 – 17h15 Coffee Break Parallel Sessions (Each Presentation between 10 and 15 minutes) Auditorium Session C1| E-Procurement in Health 17h15 – 18h30 Room Schumann Session C2| Technologies, BIM, and Supply Chains Room Monnet Session C3| Multicriteria Evaluation and Performance Based Contracting Plenary III – Closing and Plenary Session Chairman: Luís Valadares Tavares – Lisbon Tech, University of Lisbon, OPET and APMEP, Portugal The Impact of Mandatory Public e-Procurement on CPBs: the Italian Experiences and Perspectives – Stefano Tremolanti, Director of Public Procurement Division, Consip, Italy 18h30 – 19h45 Technology for Public Procurement – the next ten years – Peter Smith, Procurement Excellence, UK The Road Ahead – Gustavo Piga, Professor at University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Itay Final Perspectives on e-Public Procurement in the European Union – Nikita Stampa, Head of Economic analysis and eProcurement Unit at the DG Internal Market and Services, European Commission Closing Address – Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins, President of EUROSAI - European Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions Parallel Sessions Chairmen: Carmen Noguero – Ministerio de Hacienda y Administraciones Públicas, Spain and Pedro Maia – University of Lisbon, Portugal 11h30 Carsten Prokop, Vergabe24, Germany E-public procurement In Germany Session A1 E-Public Procurement across the World I 11h45 Christof Impens, Vlaamse Overheid, Belgium A new source of juridical questions 12h00 Pedro Telles, Bangor University, UK e-Public Procurement in UK 12h15 Francisco Valero Bonilla, Ingesa, Spain The Perspective of Central Purchasing Body INGESA 12h30 DISCUSSION Chairmen: Tunde Tatrai – Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary and António Costa – University of Lisbon, Portugal 11h30 Ivana Petříková, NAR, Czech Republic Municipalities and eAuctions Session A2 E-Public Procurement: Policies and Results 11h45 Johan Van Steelandt, Vlaamse Overheid, Belgium Measuring and reporting on e-Public Procurement in Flanders 12h00 Manuel Caño, Nexus IT, Spain IT value delivery on public procurement 12h15 Bernardo Nicoletti, Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy A Lean Approach to e-Procurement 12h30 DISCUSSION Chairmen: Sara Castelo – TeSera de HoSpitalidad, Spain and Luís Valadares Tavares – Lisbon Tech, University of Lisbon, OPET and APMEP, Portugal 11h30 Adam Matthews, UK BIM Task Group, UK "Introducing BIM to European Public Works: Simple, Cost Efficient and Competitive" Session A3 International Cooperation 11h45 Danny Vandenbroucke, KU Leuven, Glenn Vancauwenberghe, KU Leuven, Francesco Pignatelli, European Commission, Paul Smits, European Commission, Belgium European Union Location Framework (EULF): Towards guidelines for e-Procurement of Location Information and Location Based Services 12h00 Carmen Ciciriello, OpenPEPPOL, Belgium E-Procurement in Europe: from standardization to implementation and funding 12h15 Jan Siderius, EUPLAT – European Association of Public eTendering Platform Providers, Belgium The Strategic Development of e-Platforms in Europe 12h30 DISCUSSION Chairmen: Bernardo Nicolletti – Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy and José Antunes Ferreira – University of Lisbon, Portugal 15h30 Luca Mastrogregori, Consip, Italy E-Public Procurement in Italy Session B1 E-Public Procurement across the World II 15h45 Eric Prier, Florida Atlantic University, Clifford Mccue, Florida Atlantic University, USA The Impact of e-Public Procurement in US and Canada 16h00 Gjergji Moçka, Public Procurement Agency, Reida Kashta, Public Procurement Agency, Albania Changing paper work to e-public procurement: Albanian Case 16h15 Carmen Noguero, Ministerio de Hacienda y Administraciones Públicas, Spain E-Public Procurement and the rationalization of Public Procurement in Spain 16h30 DISCUSSION Chairmen: Adam Matthews – UK BIM Task Group, UK and Manuel Caño – Nexus IT, Spain 15h30 Ricardo Spínola, CISED, José Antunes Ferreira, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal Electronic management of qualification systems Session B2 E-Platforms: Policies and Results II 15h45 Tünde Tátrai, Corvinus University of Budapest, Gábor Dudás, University of Szeged, Hungary Why bidders do not have to fear electronic public procurement? 16h00 Amílcar Arantes, University of Lisbon, António Costa, University of Lisbon, Luís Valadares Tavares, University of Lisbon, Portugal The impact of mandatory e-public procurement in Portuguese SMEs: An empirical study 16h15 Natascha Rossner, GS1, France The Developments of e-Public Procurement in France 16h30 DISCUSSION Chairmen: Angela Russo – CONSIP, Italy and Luís Valadares Tavares – Lisbon Tech, University of Lisbon, OPET and APMEP, Portugal Session B3 The Perspectives of Central Purchasing Bodies I 15h30 Contributions from: Austria, Iceland, Italy, Spain and Sweden Major Topics: 1. What are the 10 major suggestions proposed by CPBs to the European Member States about the process of transposition of the new directives? 2. How can CPBs contribute to such process? Chairman: Luís Valadares Tavares – Lisbon Tech, University of Lisbon Portugal Session C1 E-Procurement in Health 17h15 Pedro Maia, University of Lisbon, Luís Valadares Tavares, University of Lisbon, Portugal Innovation in Procurement of Health Services 17h30 Sara Castelo, TeSera de HoSpitalidad, Spain Recent Developments in Public Procurement of Medicines and Health Products: The Central Purchasing Trend 17h45 Rui Patrício, Digitalflow, Portugal Innovation Partnerships: A Decision Support System for R&D Public Procurement 18h00 Hafidz Zehnun, Commerce Dot Com Sdn Bhd, Malaysia (presented by Pedro Maia, University of Lisbon, Portugal) A Malaysian ICT Success Story 18h15 DISCUSSION Chairmen: Danny Vandenbrouche – KU Leuven, Belgium and Amílcar Arantes – Lisbon Tech, University of Lisbon, Portugal 17h15 Pedro Leite, ANOGOV, Portugal Interoperability and the European Ecosystem Session C2 Technologies, BIM, and Supply Chains 17h30 Keith White-Hunt, University of Modern Sciences, Tie Xu, University of Modern Sciences , Dubai E-procurement Implementation in the Public Sector: Challenges in Supply Chain Integration Mechanisms 17h45 Francisco Regateiro, Universidade de Lisboa, Ricardo Spínola, CISED, Portugal Challenges of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Portuguese public works contracts 18h00 Souheil Soubra, CSTB – Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment, France BIM deployment in France – Advances and bottlenecks 18h15 DISCUSSION Chairmen: Christof Impens – Vlaamse Overheid, Belgium and José Antunes Ferreira – University of Lisbon, Portugal Session C3 Multicriteria Evaluation and Performance Based Contracting 17h15 António Costa, University of Lisbon, Amílcar Arantes, University of Lisbon, António Grilo, University of Lisbon, Portugal How public contractors are evaluating tenders? Criteria and factors considered in the construction industry 17h30 Martin Nielson, Kammeradvokaten Advokatfirmaet Poul Schmith, Denmark Legal and economic implications of multi-criteria evaluation models in public tenders 17h45 Pedro Maia, Universidade de Lisboa, Luís Valadares Tavares, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal Performance-Based Public Procurement and the New Public Procurement Directives 18h00 Ricardo Spínola, CISED, José Antunes Ferreira, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal Post-award electronic contract management in framework agreements and contracts based on framework agreements 18h15 DISCUSSION Location This conference will take place in the Conference Centre of IST Lisbon, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon – Avenida Rovisco Pais, 1 – 1049-001, Portugal, within the Civil Engineering building. Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) – Alameda Campus (information extracted from www.ist.utl.pt) This University Campus was built on 1937 and it is one of the best examples of architecture inspired by “art nouveau” in Portugal. It is located in central Lisbon and served by an excellent public transportation network. This area is full of hotels, culture, many shopping, leisure, entertaining, sports areas and facilities. How to get there Airport From Lisbon Airport (Portela) to IST Alameda campus is a 10 minutes' drive. Lisbon Airport is very close to the city centre – it is located 7km from the centre - and there are different alternatives to get there, namely by Metro to Aerobus, by city bus (Carris) or by taxi. If you choose the metro to go from the airport straight to IST, you have the red line (linha vermelha) and you should exit in Alameda or Saldanha station. It takes around 15 to 20 minutes and costs €1,25 plus €0,50 for the "viva viagem" rechargeable card. Taxi Taxis allow you to arrive at IST from any point in the city, but of course the tariff also increases according to the distance, traffic and day time. An airport-IST trip is around 10 euros. It is possible to buy "taxi vouchers" at the airport from €20 to €25. Bus The whole city of Lisbon is provided with an urban transport network with convenient timetables and frequent buses. The following buses stop near IST Alameda campus: Av. Rovisco Pais/Av. António José de Almeida (side entrances): 720, 742, 767. Alameda: 708 (bike bus), 717, 718, 720, 735, 767; night bus: 206, 208. Saldanha/Arco do Cego: 713, 716, 720, 726, 727, 736, 738, 742, 744, 767, 783; night bus: 207. Metro (Underground) Saldanha metro station: Yellow Line (Linha amarela) and Red Line (Linha vermelha) Alameda metro station: Green Line (Linha verde) and Red Line (Linha vermelha) For further information visit the Lisbon Metro website. Where to Stay Lisbon has a fantastic accommodations offer. We suggest the following hotel, due to the location near the Conference: Hotel Holiday Inn Lisboa Hotel Turim Alameda Av. António José de Almeida, 28-A Avenida Rovisco Pais 34, 1000-268 Lisboa For ECPP participants: For ECPP participants: Single room 64€ Double room 74€ 1000-044 Lisboa Single room 59€ Double room 64€ Fax: +351-21 793 8374 Any reservation should be sent by email to the hotel with copy to [email protected] in order that the organization of the conference will confirm to the hotel that the guest is a participant in the conference. Walking distance from Conference Centre of IST: 5 minutes Tel: +351 21 841 1550 Tel: +351 21 004 4000 Walking distance from Conference Centre of IST: 8 minutes E-Proceedings Presented papers will be available through a link by www.opet.pt and an e-edition of selected papers will be published after the conference. Enquires [email protected] Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to visit Lisbon and to participate in the 2nd European Conference on e-Public Procurement!