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Aggregated Procurement. TF-MSP, Vienna 10 February, 2014. Introduction and agenda. Speakers. Agenda: Aggregated procurement - the what, why and how Results to date Invitation to benefit and forthcoming plans. John Dyer, Business and Technology Strategist TERENA. Robert Sultana CIO

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Aggregated procurement

Aggregated Procurement

TF-MSP, Vienna

10 February, 2014


Introduction and agenda

Introduction and agenda

  • Speakers

  • Agenda:

    • Aggregated procurement - the what, why and how

    • Results to date

    • Invitation to benefit and forthcoming plans

John Dyer,

Business and Technology Strategist

TERENA

Robert Sultana

CIO

University of Malta

Paul Rouse,

Procurement Manager

DANTE


What is aggregated procurement and why do it

What is aggregated procurement and why do it?

  • By buying together we can deliver three main benefits to our community:

1. Volume discounts/economy of scale – hopefully offered as something of value!

2. Especially for small NRENs – access to markets previously accessed via resellers

3. Efficiency – average OJEU costs €60k


How can it be done

How can it be done?

  • Assuming we are considering bodies bound by the EC Procurement Directive (and their National Laws incorporating this) for values over threshold there are 2 main approaches:

  • 2. Centralised Purchasing bodies – framework contracts

  • 1. In-house award – “Teckal”

Scope, variation, duration, beneficiaries, numbers, agreement award

Validation criteria: Control, 90% of activities, no private participation


Results to date

Results to date

  • PRISM – a centralised purchasing body framework example

  • DANTE WORLD SERVICE – an in-house award (“Teckal”) example

  • TERENA CERTIFICATE SERVICES – in-house award

  • More planned and in early stages:

    • SA7 CLOUD…Facilitator example

    • SA7 MOBILITY….Concession arrangement example


Sa7 cloud

SA7 - Cloud

Following TF-MSP Trondheim:

Workshop 11-12th March

Zurich scheduled


Sa7 mobility

SA7 Mobility

RFI in March for:

  • Spain

  • Portugal

  • Netherlands

  • Czech Republic

  • Sweden

3.3M End Users


Lessons learnt

Lessons learnt

  • Positive

    • Delivers procurement efficiency

    • Savings

    • Market access

  • Limitations

    • Ability to use (National Law)

    • Commitment required to maximise savings


What s next

What’s next

  • Planned work; cloud and mobility

  • Team and skills in place

  • New EC Directive – changing legislation

  • What the community wants - pipeline in SA6 T2 – Robert……

  • .


  • Aggregated procurement

    Thank you!


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