b'ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT PROCURMENT:20% OFFSTRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION / JAN-MAR COURSESElectronic Government Procurement (e-GP) systems have become Plan effectively for an e-GP implementation and manage keyan integral component of procurement reform for governments risks and benets realisationaround the world as they move to institute efficient and transparent Integrate e-GP with nancial management systems (IFMIS) procurement systems that address issues of corruption. Procure an e-GP system provider and assess supplier performance These systems can deliver signicant efficiency gains and nancial Help tackle mistakes, irregularities and fraud using yoursavings for governments while enabling the provision of improved e-GP system citizen services. The World Bank and all major donors are strong supporters of e-GP roll-out.KEY TOPICSUnderstanding the key concepts of e-GP This course identies how paper-based public procurement Assessing your readiness to adopt e-GP and creating a strategy systems can be transformed using e-GP, demonstrating how it can Aligning business, e-GP and e-Government strategy be used to optimise procurement performance and reduce Planning the procurement of an e-GP system and ensuring bureaucracy for bidders by exploiting powerful ICT tools. sustainabilityICT and e-GP foundations An essential course for all practitioners looking to introduce or Risks, governance and legal frameworks improve an e-GP system. System integration and modicatione-GP system procurement COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to: Open Contracting and the Open Contracting Data StandardDescribe the end-to-end e-GP system model Compliance and complaints managementAssess your e-GP readiness and choose between standard or tailor-made systemsDelegates receive one years affiliate membership of CIPS. Articulate e-GP business benets and KPIs and develop an e-GP strategyDURATION FEEDATE VENUE Apply good practice change management to an e-GP project10 DAYS 4,195 15 - 26 March 2021London11 - 22 October 2021Washington D.C.PPP PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACT20% OFFMANAGEMENT / JAN-MAR COURSESThis course will take delegates through the key elements and Understand the main components of a sound PPP contractchallenges of the process for procuring a private partner to deliver a management framework PPP project, addressing the key differences between PPP Monitor PPP partner technical and nancial performance andprocurement and conventional public procurement.manage issues and disputes which arise during the life of the contract Participants will gain a thorough understanding of how to procure, Appreciate the importance of monitoring and managing publicnegotiate and manage PPP contracts, dealing effectively with the sector risk over the operational life of a PPP project issues that might arise over the operational life of a PPP contract. KEY TOPICS Learning from consultants with many years front-line experience of Procurement strategies and process PPP procurement and contract management, they will leave Investor interests equipped with the essential skills needed to create a strategy, Dialogue with potential partners manage the transaction, close the deal and monitor and manage Tendering for a PPP partner performance. Contracting issues and management frameworkBid criteria, evaluation and award COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to: Payment and performance mechanismsUnderstand the key principles of PPP and the implications ofNegotiation skills and partner relationship managementPPP for sound public nancial management Monitoring performanceDevelop a realistic procurement strategy and plan for a givenDispute resolution PPP projectAppreciate the perspectives of the private sectortenderers DURATION FEEDATE VENUE and nanciersin achieving a successful outcome to the 10 DAYS4,195 25 January - 05 February 2021Dubaiprocurement processExplain the importance of value for money and affordability in 21 June - 02 July 2021Washington D.C. the evaluation of bids and the award of a PPP contractAppreciate the benets of competitive negotiation and the skillsrequired to effectively negotiate a PPP contractDescribe the key differences between a PPP procurement and conventional procurement 86e: email@example.com: +44 (0)20 3940 4300'