Presentation on theme: "CEN WS/BII The uptake of new technologies and the challenge for standardization ; the case of e-procurement and e-invoice Presentation at the 2 nd Conference."— Presentation transcript:
CEN WS/BII The uptake of new technologies and the challenge for standardization ; the case of e-procurement and e-invoice Presentation at the 2 nd Conference on e-procurement and e-invoicing in the EU Brussels September 18, 2013 Stuart Feder and Jostein Frømyr CEN/BII Chair and Vice Chair
CEN WS/BII The challenge of e-procurement and e-invoice For the EU internally How to deal with many countries, many markets, many requirements, many formats, many systems, many opportunities for simplification, many investments and many infrastructures For the EU in the global marketplace How to ensure how EU ways forward are outward looking How to interface and open/extend opportunities for access to markets outside the EU How to avoid duplication of effort 2
CEN WS/BII BII as an initiative to help achieve the Digital Single Market Legislation and standards are the cornerstones of the Digital Single Market BII focuses on systematic statement of requirements to foster implementations of e-procurement and e-invoice Building on existing standards Starting from technology-neutral principles Making sure that they are open for use within the EU and within the global trading community Adaptable to a diversity of solutions and the principle of subsidiarity within the EU For the global marketplace, the way forward relies on consensus 3
CEN WS/BII BII is fostering the uptake of new technologies by facilitating semantic interoperability Re-usable common semantics are the building blocks Re-usable semantic data models are the target Technology is the enabler but it evolves and marches to independent tunes of innovation and infrastructure investments 4
CEN WS/BII Driving principle going forward The uptake of new technologies is facilitated through a technology-neutral tool kit that fosters semantic interoperability: making use of common methodologies and standards for articulating requirements, re-usable common semantics, re-usable semantic data models and available syntax-bindings. 5
CEN WS/BII Background 7 CWA 16558: Business Interoperability Interfaces for Public procurement in Europe CEN WS/BII3 CWA 16558: BII Architecture CWA 16559: BII eNotification CWA 16560: BII eTendering CWA 16561: BII eCatalogue CWA 16562: BII Post Award Identifying what still needs to be included and assisting in fostering implementations BII deliverables are in operational use
CEN WS/BII Vision and mission The vision of the BII Workshop is that all organizations – independent of whether they are public or private and whatever their size and nationality - are enabled to conduct electronic business in an effective and efficient manner, significantly lowering costs for transaction processing. The CEN WS/BII Workshop mission is to spread and facilitate the use of e-procurement standards by suppliers and buyers, and especially public administrations, by: identifying requirements (including legal) regarding e-procurement standards; providing a general framework for the organizational and semantic levels of interoperability for the electronic procurement documents; supporting the implementation of commonly applied international e- procurement standards; providing organizational support to ensure the governance and maintenance for those requirements. 8
CEN WS/BII Our focus 9 Implementation guide Standards UN/CEFACT SIMPLE, TRANSPARENT AND EFFECTIVE PROCESSES FOR GLOBAL BUSINESS. Implementations, e.g. The focus of BII is on collecting European requirements and to provide guidance for consistent implementation of existing international developments.
CEN WS/BII Objective of BII3 Continue the work initiated by CEN WS/BII, and further refined under CEN WS/BII 2, to support interoperability in electronic procurement and business. Provide increased value to the BII user community by 1. Filling the gaps to ensure that all relevant aspects of e- procurement are covered 2. Facilitate increased use through capacity building 3. Securing the continued relevance of the BII deliverables by providing a focal point for governance and lifecycle management 10
CEN WS/BII Scope of work The focus of the workshop will still be the interoperability along the procurement process, with a B2G perspective, including where possible also a B2B perspective (which in the post-award is very close to B2G perspective). 11 eNotification eAccesseSubmissioneAwardingcontractFulfilmenteInvoicing call for tender preparation Pre-award eOrdering Payment Post-award identify need Methodology and architecture Capasity building Coordination with other activities
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