Overheidsopdrachten met big data bieden heel wat mogelijkheden voor overheidsaankopers. Maar dergelijke projecten kunnen ook foutlopen indien de aanbestedende overheid slecht geadviseerd wordt of onvoorbereid is bij dit soort innovatieve opdrachten. Deze studiemiddag biedt de gelegenheid om de essentiŽle elementen van innovatieve (big data) overheidsopdrachten te ontdekken. Raadpleeg het programma en schrijf u in!


Succesvolle voorbeelden van overheden die hebben besloten om gegevens over hun diensten op een geoptimaliseerde manier te verzamelen en te gebruiken, nemen toe. Een goede voorbereiding is hiervoor absoluut noodzakelijk. Aarzel daarom niet en kom naar onze studienamiddag op 28 februari.

We maken de sessies zo interactief mogelijk door tevens een aantal case studies meer in detail samen met u te analyseren. Deze studienamiddag is gratis toegankelijk voor (aanbestedende) overheden en Agoria-leden.

Programma

  • 13.00†† Registration & Coffee
  • 13.30†† Introduction (NL)
    Mr. Stephan Corvers, Director, Corvers Procurement Services
  • 13.50†† Context and framework of (big) data innovation procurement (ENG)
    Dr. Ramona Apostol, Corvers & Honorary Research Fellow, Maastricht School of Management
    Outline of the EU policy and legislation that incentivizes and frames (big) data innovation procurement. Examples of (big) data innovation procurement
  • 14.45†† How to deploy an innovation procurement? (ENG)
    Dr. Anne Rainville, Management Consultant, Vtrek & Honorary Research Fellow, Maastricht School of Management
    What are proven methodologies to support the effective deployment of (big) data innovation procurement? Introduction to planning an innovation procurement via means of the user needs assessment, prior art and standards analysis, market consultation, and business/value case.

  • 15.30†† COFFEE BREAK

  • 16.00†† Relation between public and private sector during the preparation of an innovation procurement (NL/FR)
    Tiphaine de Portbail, Company Lawyer - Commercial law and Public Procurement, Agoria
    Gain insight as public sector what can be done and not be done towards the private sector during the informal phase and how to prepare the procurement phase. Understand what the differences are between pilot phase and effective procurement phase. Gain insight as private sector on the risks of pre-knowledge and protection of intellectual property. Examples of Belgian cases.
  • 16.45†† Experience of the city of Mechelen (NL)
    Mieke Van Cauwenberghe, Program Manager Smart City & Innovation, city of Mechelen
    Within the INTERREG project, the city of Mechelen has launched a challenge on air quality in the city. The city will share the experience they had with the preparation with the pilot, the interaction with the companies, and the lessons learned. The city will also explain the distinction between working in a pilot phase and going into a procurement phase.
  • 17.15†† Integration & interaction: working groups (ENG/FR/NL Ė own language)
    • Integration exercise based on a use case in small groups
    • Interaction between public and private sector
    • Approach, topics and challenges
  • 17.45†† Integration & interaction: plenary session (ENG/NL Ė own language)
    • Findings of working groups (approach, topics and challenges)
    • Plenary discussion
    • Actions
  • 18.15†† Closure & Follow-up
  • 18.30 Ė 19.30 Networking & Drinks

Language: ENG, NL, FR

This event is supported by the INTERREG SCIFI project. More info on www.agoria.be/smartcities

Datum

donderdag 28 februari 2019, 13:00 - 19:30

Plaats

BluePoint Brussels
A. Reyerslaan 80
1030 Brussel

Organisator

Agoria 

Meer info

Agoria-members and public sector: for free
non-Agoria members: 200 Ä

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