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  • Deutschland: Behörden-Auktionshaus: Schnäppchen von Amts wegen

    Seit 2002 versteigert die öffentliche Hand ausrangierte Fahrzeuge und Gebrauchsgegenstände im Internet. Die Seite Zoll-auktion.de hat sich zu einer Erfolgsgeschichte des E-Government entwickelt.

    Ein 32 Meter langes, ausgemustertes Küstenstreifenboot vom Landespolizeiamt Schleswig-Holstein war bisher das wertvollste Stück bei Zoll-auktion.de,, der bundesweiten Online-Versteigerungsplattform der öffentlichen Verwaltung. Für 150.000 Euro bekam ein Bieter den Zuschlag. Ein anderes Highlight war ein Mercedes-Benz 600 aus den 60er Jahren, der einst zum Fuhrpark des sowjetischen Staatsmanns Leonid Breschnew (1906-1982) gehörte. Einem Liebhaber war er 103 600 Euro wert. Doch nicht nur Kuriositäten kommen hier unter den Hammer.

  • FI: Act on eAuctions and dynamic purchasing systems to enter into force on 1 October 2011

    The President of Finland confirmed that the Act on electronic auctions (eAuctions) and dynamic purchasing systems of 17 June 2011 will enter into force on 1 October 2011 along with related acts.

    As a result of this new legislative package which partly amends Finland's Act on Public Procurement of 03 March 2007, the competitive procurement of public contracts for the provision of goods, services and works will be handled increasingly by electronic means.

  • GB: Wales - eAuctions deliver significant savings and business process benefits for local government

    An increasing number of public sector organisations in Wales have been using the Government's xchangewales eAuction services since their introduction in 2009. These Most Economically Advantageous Tender (MEAT) auctions have been delivering significant benefits and savings, such as in the home-to-school transport contract category.

    The North Wales Procurement Partnership (NWPP), which aims to deliver substantial benefit through increased levels of collaborative procurement, initially began working with Denbighshire and Flintshire County Councils in 2009, running eight auction events consisting of 135 different lots. Collectively, they saved £ 602 000 (approx. € 704 000)*. Subsequently, four other Authorities in North Wales (Conwy, Wrexham, Gwynedd and Isle of Anglesey) followed suit. 27 auction events consisting of 529 lots delivered savings of over £ 2.2 million (approx. € 2.5 million)*.

  • GR: Presentation of eAuctions in public procurement

    Former Deputy Interior Minister Dinos Rovlias held a presentation on electronic auctions (eAuctions) in public procurement at a Cabinet meeting on 25 January 2011.

    Mr Rovlias introduced eAuction as one of the stages of public procurement via electronic means. According to the presentation, eAuctions only apply when the specifications of bids can be determined by a completely accurate method. eAuctions provide the opportunity for cost improvement, as well as improvement in other aspects of the tenders, but only if these aspects are suitable for automatic evaluation electronically. They must be measurable, so as to be expressed in figures or percentages.

  • IN: Omar puts Jammu & Kashmir Projects Construction Corporation on e-tendering portal

    Says e-governance effective tool of transparency

    Describing e-governance an effective tool to ensure transparency in the functioning of government departments particularly those dealing with construction, procurement and purchases, Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Saturday put the J&K Projects Construction Corporation (JKPCC) on e-tendering portal.

    “The Chief Minister launched Rs 700 lakh Magloor-Bakhtar Bridge over Ternah Nallah in district Kathua on e-tendering process at a meeting of the corporation,” an official statement said.

  • Thailand to hold e-auctions for 1.69 mil tablets deal

    Thai government will purchase 1.69 million computer tablets for education via four lots of e-auction and open for both local and foreign companies to take part.

    Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Pongthep Thepkanjana revealed last week that the government had decided to organise four e-auctions on the same day because the purchase involve a large number of devices. The government also encouraged both Thai and foreign companies to participate in the auctions.

    The purchase is for the nationwide roll out of the world’s largest education IT to give away tablets to every first grade students and seventh grade students under the government campaign promise of ‘One Tablet Per Child’ policy following this year’s distribution of nearly 900,000 units given to first graders nationwide.

  • UK: eAuctions bring substantial savings for the public sector

    A series of eAuctions have enabled public sector organisations to make 13 per cent to 29 per cent savings across a range of products and services, including mobile solutions, IT hardware and furniture.

    The 12 eAuctions (electronic reverse auctions) were organised and sponsored by Buying Solutions on behalf of public sector organisations as part of a recent initiative to drive eAuction capability across the public sector.

  • UK: eAuctions Could Save Councils Millions

    Local authorities in Wales could save council taxpayers millions of pounds on key contracts through online auctions, it's been predicted.

    Swansea Council in collaboration with neighbouring Neath Port Talbot has saved the authorities £650,000 over the next five years after securing just one contract via e-Auction.

    Swansea's Cabinet meeting endorsed the securing of a contract with a company from Llanelli for tinned and dried foods that will be worth about £1.3m a year.

  • UK: OGC announces e-auction strategy to save £270m

    The Office of Government Commerce's (OGC's) Centre for e-Auctions today published its Forward Plan for e-Auctions, which aims to save the public sector up to £270m by the end of 2011/12. It sets out a rolling schedule of e-auctions for the next 24 months, which will influence over £900m of public sector spend.

    In addition, the OGC has established an online facility dedicated to e-auctions, which will include on-line forums and access to best practice guidance. The site will be continually developed and enhanced based on user feedback and requirement, and will include regular updates on upcoming e-auctions.

  • UK: Public sector boasts £7m e-auction savings

    Or 'vendors lose £7m' depending on your side of the fence...

    A number of public sector bodies have clubbed together to shave millions off the cost of their IT hardware.

    Six NHS trusts and 14 councils used an e-procurement auction to find the cheapest suppliers for their tech kit, cutting almost £7m off a bill which could have cost £13.7m, according to non-auction benchmarks.

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