The Influence of Scoring System Electronic Procurement on The Development of Construction Services In Indonesia

Koespiadi Koespiadi, Vito Adivto Nugraha

Abstract


e-Procurement is the process of procurement of goods/services that the implementation is done electronically based web/internet by utilizing information and communication technology that includes a public auction, pre-qualification, and sourcing electronically using the web-based module

Support Information Technology can enhance the capabilities of Government in contributing to the creation of added value, as well as to achieve effectiveness and efficiency. The process of procurement of goods and services conducted by using e-procurement will significantly improve the performance, effectiveness, efficiency, transparency, accountability transactions, in addition to the operating costs can be significantly reduced because it is not needed any more delivery of physical documents and the process administrative consuming time and cost. One of the scoring system, which is made on the selection of consulting services is preceded by the selection of pre-qualification, which at this stage is based on completeness of assessment administration, equipment, and work experience. The next stage, from the short list of partners who elected the selection, is based on technical and cost assessment. Based on the scoring system at this stage emphasized on the company's experience and the experience of experts.From the simulation results using a dynamic system, the scoring system on the E-proc, the result, that will be a gap that is progressively increasing among companies that experienced and inexperienced company.


Keywords


e-Procurement; scoring system; system dynamic; gap between companies

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