Innovative Procurement

The wait is finally over … The eafip videos are now online!

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9 Decembrie 2016, Source :

Do you want to get better acquainted with innovation procurement in general? Would you like advice on getting an innovation procurement off the ground? Or do you need inspiration from public procurers who have already implemented their innovation procurement?

Then look no further: the eafip initiative has launched six videos which will help you move forward (three cases of Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) and three of Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (PPI)).

The videos showcase six individual cases of innovation procurement implemented by public procurers across Europe. They provide first-hand information about the different approaches that can be taken for the development and implementation of innovation procurement and highlight the best practices and lessons learned from these six real-life cases.

Watchthem in whatever order suits you and as many times as you wish. We hope you will find them as informative and as useful as we do!

Access the videos HERE!

Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) on Telemedicine for Intensive Care Units – EU funded project THALEA – Dr. Robert Deisz, Senior Physician, University Hospital Aachen, Germany

Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (PPI) onFuture Hospital Ward Lighting– Steph Holmes, Head of Procurement, Rotherham NHS Foundation, United Kingdom

Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) on Road works and Major traffic incidents – Eva Hackl, Research Management, Austrian Motorway Operator (ASFiNAG), Austria

Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (PPI) onIntelligent Energy Management – Charlotte Lejon, Head of Procurement, Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden

Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) on Shockwave Traffic Jams – Pierre van Veggel, Project Leader, Provincie Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands

Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (PPI) onHealthy Ageing – EU funded project HAPPI – Louis Potel, European Project Manager, RESAH, France

Public Consultation on the interest of public procurers for innovation procurements of ICT based solutions for Horizon 2020 WP2018-20

Preliminary summary of findings

Over the past year, the European Commission has been collecting data from key public procurers with potential interest in procuring new innovative solutions in the coming years, with a view to providing needs-based funding, in view of allocating funding for calls under the next Horizon 2020 Work Programme (2018 – 2020).
The preliminary results are now available here, but the Commission will continue gathering data until the end of 2017. If you haven’t yet done so, we would appreciate your taking 5 minutes to contribute to this effort by filling in this survey. The information collected in this survey will only be used for the purpose of this initiative.

 

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