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Legal aspects of public procurement and procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors. The postal sector’s perspective . Alessandra Fratini, Chair PostEurop Public Procurement WG Public Hearing JURI, 30 May 2012, Brussels. About PostEurop.

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Legal aspects of public procurement and procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors

The postal sector’s perspective

Alessandra Fratini, Chair PostEurop Public Procurement WG

Public Hearing JURI, 30 May 2012, Brussels

about posteurop
About PostEurop
  • PostEurop , an officially recognised “Restricted Union” of the UPU (Universal Postal Union), is the Association representing the interests of European public postal operators
  • PostEurop’s Members represent 2.1 million employees across Europe and deliver to 800 million customers daily through over 175.000 million counters

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

postal sector significantly changed
Postal sector significantly changed
  • Volumes turn-down point to mail structural decline
  • Fast-moving ICT trends are changing business and consumers’ behaviours
  • Post is part of a wider communications sector, where physical mail is increasingly being supplemented by multi-channel delivery
  • Competition (from both the demand and the supply sides) is more and more coming from electronic messaging services

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

modernisation of eu public procureme nt
Modernisation of EU Public Procurement
  • COM announced that “public procurement legislation [...] needs to be revised and modernised in order to make it better suited to dealing with the evolving political, social and economic context” (21 December 2011)
  • PostEurop regrets that the COM proposal takes no notice of the fundamental regulatory and market developments occurred in the postal sector

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

modernisation of eu public procurement
Modernisation of EU Public Procurement

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

modernisation of eu public procurement1
Modernisation of EU Public Procurement

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

postal markets are de jure open to competition
Postal markets are de jure open to competition
  • The liberalisation process initiated in 1997 accomplished full market opening on 31st December 2010

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

postal markets are de facto very competitive
Postal markets are de facto very competitive
  • The Article 30 procedures shows an increasing number of postal/other services excluded from the scope of the Utilities Directive

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

removing postal sector from scope
Removing postal sector from scope
  • Liberalisation process
  • Introduction of fully-fledged sector-specific regulation
  • Evolution of the market since 2004

Rationale for maintaining postal sector

within the scope of the Utilities Directive

NO LONGER APPLICABLE

Public Hearing 30 May 2012

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a.fratini@fratinivergano.eu

Rue de Haerne, 42 – 1040 Brussels

Tel. +32 2 648 21 61