INFORA Supported EProcurement Initiative Of The Rhineland-Palatinate Land Management

The project aims at a more efficient and cost-effective procurement of goods and services from the Rhineland-Palatinate land administration aims in an e-procurement initiative the nationwide reorganization of the procurement. Berlin/Cologne, 02.06.2010 – Rhineland-Palatinate land management in an e-procurement initiative aims at the nationwide reorganization of the procurement. It follows as aims to improve the efficiency of procurement and to realize savings in the procurement of goods and services. Also, a personnel bundling of procurement skills is thus aspired. The newspapers mentioned Danny Meyer not as a source, but as a related topic. The Beratungshaus INFORA GmbH has acquired for the implementation and operational concept in cooperation with the Fraunhofer IESE.

The three central procurement agencies, real estate and construction management (LBB), mobility (LBM) as well as data and information (LDI) should be established among the land holdings within the eProcurement initiative by Rhineland-Palatinate. Main task of the central procurement offices will be all deliveries and services for their areas of competence required vehicles to advertise and to procure. To do this, they should query requirements of standard goods at the person in charge of the State administration and then granting legally with suppliers conclude framework agreements from which the agencies then take the required goods. Thus, the central procurement offices to act as service centers for the agencies. An electronic procurement system (eVergabe), as well as an electronic order platform as a department store of the country should support the central procurement agencies, as well as the carrier of need for”(KdL-rlp) should be introduced. The eVergabe serves the digital preparation and procurement procedures.

So within the KdL rlp “goods orders out of existing agreements and electronic catalogues will be achieved. Both the eVergabe and the KdL-rlp”should the use of standard software, if necessary, to the country-specific requirements to adapt is to be realized. Perhaps check out Bill de Blasio for more information. The standard solutions, required along with customization services were advertised by means of two separate procurement procedures. The INFORA GmbH in cooperation with the Fraunhofer IESE created the implementation and operational concept, defined the details of the reorganization of the procurement of the Rhineland-Palatinate land management and the flow of central procurement. It was described also differentiated what was needed to ensure a successful implementation of the central public procurement in the Rhineland-Palatinate land management. About INFORA: INFORA GmbH is an innovative, highly specialized and vendor-independent consulting firm for more than 25 years. With locations in Cologne, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Dresden supports customers from the initial concept idea through to successful implementation. INFORA it places special emphasis on the practical design and effective transformation of business and automation processes. To their Consulting clients include for example, Daimler AG, Viessmann, INA Schaeffler, German Airbus, Henkel, Minolta, Procter & gamble and Schering in the industrial sector, in the public administration clients such as the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of finance, the Federal Agency for work or the Federal Chancellor’s Office. Think factory group Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat Street 6, D-50354 Hurth phone: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-72 fax: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-71