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The Rationale behind Implementation of New Electronic Tools for Electronic Public Procurement

The Rationale behind Implementation of New Electronic Tools for Electronic Public Procurement
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Author(s): Nataša Pomazalová (University of Defense, Czech Republic) and Stanislav Rejman (AURA, s.r.o., Czech Republic)
Copyright: 2015
Pages: 33
Source title: Public Affairs and Administration: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-8358-7.ch118

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on the effective implementation of new electronic tools for Public e-Procurement in public sector organizations. While an analysis of the characteristics of transformation processes necessary for the development of e-Government and the choice between Public e-Procurement tools is theoretically already well developed, there are still a number of ambiguities in the approaches of rationalization implementation of these. A deeper understanding of the decision-making phenomenon in general is provided. Flexibly adjusting the e-Government strategy on dynamics of the development of Public e-Procurement tool ex ante or leading in an effort to change the organizational structures, information flows, and constraints in which public sector organizations operate in the area of Public e-Procurement. Public e-Procurement tools are selected for the analysis, because interesting progress is expected here. Results from the nature of the dynamic transformation processes and decision-making show the need to support changes in the environment arising from the development of e-Government.

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