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Open Standards for ICT Procurement

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Questionnaire: ICT procurement based on standards

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Dear Sir or Madam,

as part of the Project "Best practices for ICT procurement based on standards in order to promote efficiency and reduce lock-in" UNIT F2 (Innovation) of DG CONNECT is currently trying to raise awareness about the ICT "lock-in" theme.

 

DG CONNECT, with the support of PwC, is currently trying to identify procurement practices that European Public entities (like yours) may put in place when procuring ICT products & services to:

  • Reduce or avoid ICT lock-in
  • Achieve higher savings when procuring ICT
  • Increase the competition among ICT suppliers

Do you know any procurement practice you would like to share?

 

 

Just TAKE THE SURVEY answering the following 25 questions to the best of your knowledge. It will take 10 minutes of your time and you will be a part of the EC fight against ICT lock-in.

 

TIMING

- Start date: 1 Feb 2015

- End date: 31 Mar 2015

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City/Location:
Brussels
Geographic coverage:
Albania, Europe, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, European Union, Finland, France, Fyrom, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Pan European, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Themes:
Efficiency & Effectiveness, Benchmarking, eGovernment, eIdentity and eSecurity, eParticipation, eDemocracy and eVoting, eProcurement, eServices for Business, High Impact Services with Pan-European Scope, Inclusive eGovernment, Infrastructure, Interoperability, Legal Aspects, Multi-channel Delivery, Open Source, Other, Policy, Procurement, Regional and Local, Services for Businesses, Services for Citizens, User-centric Services, Economics
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