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Public Procurement of Innovation can save public money

Public institutions purchase goods and services through public procurement. They can use a tool for implementing modern technologies and procedures - in that case, we are talking about Public Procurement of Innovation (PPI).

3rd PPI2Innovate Days in Hungary

Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency (CTRIA – Lead Partner of the project) in cooperation with project partner - Somogy County Government organized the 3rd PPI2Innovate Days within the PPI2Innovate Interreg Central Europe programme on Tuesday 14th of May, 2019.

We have connected startups with corporations and public procurers during the event "Procuring the Innovation"

On March 11th, we have organized the event "Procuring the Innovation" and hosted more than 40 participants including representatives of public procurers, corporations and startups as well. During the event, inspirational speakers from Ceska sporitelna, CzechInvest, EIT Health and DEX Innovation Centre shared their experience about cooperation with startups. On the spot were also 5 promising startups who presented their innovative solutions. 

Procuring the Innovation - 11th of March, 1:30-7:00pm Liberec

We would love to see you at the event "Procuring the Innovation". The event is realized under PPI2Innovate and MY Gateway projects and Startup Europe Week 2019 initiative. We will bring together public procurers and corporations interested in innovation and B2G startups, who can provide them with innovative solutions.

How to apply PPI and where to get informed?

On Friday, 11th of January 2019, DEX Innovation Centre has been presenting created SMART PPI Tools in Technology Centre of the CAS in Prague. Over 40 visitors from public institutions attended the presentation and following panel discussion. We have successfully raised awareness about the project PPI2Innovate, differences between PPI and PcP, examples of good practice and benefits of PPI for representatives of public authorities. We also announced that DEX Innovation Centre will be a Competence Centre for PPI in the Czech Republic.

DEX IC presented PPI2Innovate and InnoSchool as examples of good practice at Interreg Central Europe and Interreg Danube workshop in Prague, CZ

On Tuesday, November 27th, 2018, DEX Innovation Centre has proudly participated at the workshop related to the 4th - Capitalization call of the Interreg Central Europe programme and 3rd call of the Interreg Danube organized in Prague, the Czech Republic by the Ministry of the Regional Development of the Czech Republic.

During the 2nd PPI2Innovate Days we have been informed about examples of PPIs and results of Pilot tests undertaken by our partners

Procurement of innovative solutions and examples of good practices were the main topics discussed during the 2nd PPI2Innovate Days held on the 9th of October 2018 in Zagreb, Croatia. The event was organized by the Croatian Agency for SME's, Innovations and Investments (HAMAG-BICRO). 

PPI2Innovate Joint event in the Czech Republic

Joint PPI and PcP event was held on Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 in the premises of ELI Beamlines – European laser research institute in Dolní Brežany, Czech Republic.

Nationally customized PPI2Innovate SMART Tools

We are very glad to announce that PPI2Innovate tools for SMART HEALTH, SMART ICT, SMART ENERGY have been successfully customized into all (6 countries) national frameworks.

Together 18 nationally fully customized PPI2Innovate SMART tools represent a far-reaching asset for Central-European region and its public procurers for an active and strategically guided usage focused on development of innovation-friendly local and national ecosystems.

Ongoing: PPI Mapping process

PPI: A SMART way to address societal challenges: Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (PPI) is a procurement where contracting authorities act as launch customers of innovative goods or services which are near to the market or already available on small-scale commercial basis, including solutions based on existing technologies used in an innovative way.

DEX IC explored new synergies at ICT Proposers'Days 2017

ICT Proposers' Days 2017 have taken place on 9 - 10 November in Budapest. Among more than 1000 participants from 49 countries were also experts from DEX Innovation Centre (DEX IC). They participated on the biggest brokerage event with pre-arranged FacetoFace meetings in this field. During two days they held more than 30 meetings in order to build quality partnerships focusing on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2018-20.

Innovation procurement was the main topic of the 1st PPI2Innovate Days

Innovation procurement was the main topic of the 1st PPI2Innovate days which took place on 3rd of October 2017 in Lublin, Poland. This event, organized by Rzeszow Development Agency, brought valuable information to all participants.

 

 

PPl2Innovate at the Interreg Central Europe Annual Conference

DEX IC presented PPI2Innovate project at the 20-Year Anniversary Conference of Interreg Central Europe programme in Berlin, Germany.

PPI2Innovate Days in Lublin

The international conference about boosting the usage of Public Procurement in the field of innovative solutions will take place on Tuesday, October 3rd in Lublin, Poland.

Trans-regional Study on Institutional Frameworks

One of the first content-wise deliverables of PPI2Innovate project was the Trans-regional study on institutional frameworks relevant for PPI in 6 CE Countries, that was moderated by UNITO.

Seminar in topic „Financing of innovation through PPI“ took place in Prague

DEX Innovation Centre and Technology Centre AV CR organized seminar in topic “Financing of innovation through PPI” in the framework of the project PPI2Innovate. Seminar took place in premises of Technology Centre AV CR on Wednesday 19th of April. Participants were representatives of public procurers and another stakeholders.

PPI2Innovate project is focused on project procurers at all levels of public administration in Central Europe, with the aim to build regional PPI capacity, change attitude related to PPI and to strengthen links between stakeholders in regional innovation systems and thereby increase using of PPI in Central Europe.

Webinars on Public Procurement of Innovative solutions and innovative financing for energy efficiency investments

We would like to invite you to webinars on Wednesday 22nd March 2017 from 13:30. Webinars are organized by EASME. Project Advisers will be presenting the funding opportunities and will answer to your questions.

More info about webinars and the registration link you can find here.

 

PPI2Innovate - Invitation to the event "Financing of innovations through PPI"

Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI) is a powerful tool to boost innovation. The public sector demands innovative solutions that are not yet available or not at large scale on the market and thus forces providers to innovate. PPI2Innovate targets directly public procurers on all administrative levels in central Europe with the aim to build regional capacities in PPI, to change attitude towards PPI, to strengthen linkages among relevant stakeholders in regional innovation systems and to finally boost usage of PPI. The project will achieve this change by delivering innovative outputs such as 3 thematic PPI2Innovate tools for smart health, energy and ICT fully customized to 6 national institutional frameworks and translated.

For more info please visit project website.

 

PPI2Innovate Tools are under development

In the framework of the project PPI2Innovate, 3 general thematic PPI2Innovate Tools for SMART Health, SMART Energy and SMART ICT are going to be developed.

Currently there already exist different Toolkits developed on the EU level, however they are rather general as they don’t reflect the national specifics. PPI2Innovate is going to build on existing knowledge and deliver translated and completely customized thematic Tools into 6 national institutional frameworks. The Tools are going to be available in Hungarian, Czech, Polish, Italian, Slovenian and Croatian languages, while each of them is going to consider national legal frameworks