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1 Evaluation of public procurement Directives High Level Group of Independent Stakeholders on Administrative Burdens Thursday 14 July 2011

2 Total public expenditure Eurostat and Commission estimatesAs % EU GDP (2008)

3 Use of procedures Pwc, London Economics, Ecorys from OJEU data

4 SME access and success GHK

5 Cross border procurement Ramboll as % of total (above threshold) procurement

6 Cross border participation Ramboll How often did your company participate in public procurement tenders (domestically and abroad) in the last three years? 76,1 10, ,4 5,3 4,9 11,1 72, more than 20 times 10 to 20 5 to 10 1 to 5 Never % of respondents Participation abroad N=1011 Participation overall (domestically and abroad) N=1026

7 Reasons for not bidding cross border Ramboll

8 Total cost of procedures Average cost per procedure cost of average 5 – 6 bids contracting authority costs Total Costs 5.3 billion Less than 1.3% of total contract value

9 Average person days for procedure Pwc, London Economics, Ecorys from OJEU data

10 Person-days required Best performer Worst performer Difference Authorities Firm Authorities and winning firm combined PwC, London Economics, Ecorys

11 Savings Econometric model Save 1% on the final contract value if contract notice advertised further 3 % if open procedure or 1.1 % if restricted procedure Total per cent compared with the initial estimate. PwC, London Economics, Ecorys

12 Frequency of contract values PwC, London Economics, Ecorys

13 Evaluation: main findings Effectiveness Relevance Efficiency Consistency with other policies EU added value

14 Effectiveness Transparency Competition Savings Cross border Differences in implementation

15 Relevance Value for money CPBs and Frameworks Equal treatment Non discrimination

16 Efficiency Positive cost benefit analysis Compliance costs Difference across MS Unintended consequences

17 Consistency with other Policies Green public procurement Socially responsible Innovation Lack of monitoring Different requirements, standards, labels…

18 EU Added Value Single Market Coordination Still large differences in implementation

19 Evaluation: overall conclusion Savings outweigh costs Scope for improving balance of costs and benefits particularly for small contracts Potential for more cross border procurement


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