The government of Peru decided to automate its procurement planning, sourcing and contract management systems. Through an international competition, the Supervisory Agency for State Procurement (Organismo Supervisor de las Contrataciones del Estado – OSCE) assigned to EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED) the implementation of an e-Procurement System to enhance the government’s capacity in undertaking procurement processes for goods, works and services, consultancy services and non-consultancy services efficiently. The System will also improve information sharing of OSCE by supporting suppliers to identify opportunities and participate in tenders at lower cost. The solution is based on ED’s ePPS family of procurement products and services.
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EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED) has been awarded a Euro 46 million contract to provide Application Development, Maintenance and Support for the three EU institutions supervising the operation of the Financial markets and the Banking / Insurance sector in the European Union. ED will support, maintain and further develop a wide range of critical IT systems for the operation of the financial markets in Europe.
ED is participating in a new Horizon Europe project called ENERSHARE. ENERSHARE will a) deliver a Reference Architecture for a European Energy Data Space, which hybridizes SGAM with IDSA and GAIA-X architectures, by bringing data value chain perspective into the energy one b) evolve interoperability, trust, data value and governance building blocks to IDSA-compliant ones. ED is actively involved in the project by leading the integration WP and other related tasks and activities. The project recently held its Kick-off meeting, in Rome on July 7th and 8th, where ED was present. The project activities have been successfully initiated and we are looking forward to all upcoming developments.
The FLEXITRANSTORE project, which ED has successfully been running and coordinating during the last 4.5 years has reached its end. All project activities have been finalized and the final project review by the EC took place in Brussels on July 13th. The project received a positive feedback by the reviewers. Significant impact towards the goals of the European Union has been achieved having offered solutions and insight into the unleashing of flexibility at transmission and distribution grids and having established innovative business models and market designs for flexibility.
The ASSURE project was launched on August 2021 and has received funding from the NSRF (National Strategic Reference Framework) 2014-2020. ASSURE’s vision is to facilitate faster licensing and installation of wind farms, while laying the foundations for wider deployment. This will be achieved through the development of new, improved algorithms and “suppression / mitigation” technologies for the EM scattering and clutter phenomena, caused by the rotational movement of the fins of wind turbines. It will combine the analysis of electromagnetic scattering with signal processing technologies, use of optimization criteria and modern machine learning techniques. As a result, the licensing of wind farms by the public authorities will be facilitated by examining applications more quickly. Furthermore, the installation of wind farms close to the radar observation fields will be possible, with benefits for the wind energy companies as well.
To enable and realize the proposed vision, ASSURE will design, develop and evaluate a novel, reliable software tool, that will operate as an accurate simulator, able to determine the scattering effects of electromagnetic waves on surveillance radars, due to the presence of wind turbines in the vicinity. The tool will accurately assess the adverse effects of wind turbines on radar of various types, creating a precise and systematic model of the relevant effects, taking into account the characteristics of radars and wind turbines, ground relief, as well as characteristics of scattering targets, thus enabling the setting of ban zones.
The African Union Commission (AUC) has received funding by the International Development Association (IDA) to modernize its procurement planning, sourcing and contract management systems within AUC and AU entities. Through an international competition, the AUC assigned to EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED) the implementation of an e-Procurement System to enhance the Commission’s capacity in undertaking procurement processes for goods, works and services, consultancy services and non-consultancy services efficiently. The System will also improve information sharing of the Commission by supporting suppliers to identify opportunities and participate in tenders at lower cost. The solution is based on ED’s ePPS family of procurement products and services.
The project is structured into three phases, namely Situation Analysis & Consensus Building, Building e-Procurement Foundation and Implementation/Support.
The system was launched in 2021 and is currently being operated, maintained and supported under the SaaS model for the next 5 years.
The Danish Agency for Development and Simplification (UFST), a member of the Ministry of Taxation Group, is replacing all its Customs Systems under the EU ICS2 (Import Control System 2) initiative.
A cornerstone of the Danish ICS2 landscape is the Control and Reporting System (CRS-KRIA in Danish) which has been assigned to EUROPEAN DYNAMICS by UFST for its multi-release customization, implementation, operations, support and maintenance over a 10-year term.
KRIA’s main functionality is to enable Custom Officers to monitor ICS2 business processes and, through an advanced case management system, to perform daily tasks, such as to monitor customs transactions, execute controls, manually assess risks, interact with external systems and more.
Furthermore EUROPEAN DYNAMICS, under the same contract, implements the ICS2 Gateway, responsible for integrating KRIA with a number of external systems including the EU ICS2 Common Repository and Manifest.
The Solutions being implemented for UFST are based on EUROPEAN DYNAMICS’ e-Customs Platform ECDP (European Customs Dynamic Platform) and in particular the ECDP-CMS (Case Management System) and ECDP-CCN-Broker (Gateway) modules.
On October 1, 2021, the first release of KRIA and ICS2 Gateway were successfully launched and are currently being used by the Danish Customs Agency (TOLDST) Officers for monitoring, controlling and reporting risks of postal and courier items arriving by air from outside the EU.
The BD4NRG project was launched on January 2021 and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. BD4NRG vision is to unlock and exploit the economic potential of big data to enable improved operation for all the stakeholders in the energy value chain. This will be achieved through creating and deploying an elastic energy analytics reference framework, which includes a high-velocity flexible elastic data capture and management optimized stack coupled with effective near real time cross-domain and cross-stakeholder reusable data analytics specifically tailored to the extreme-scale smart energy grids environments.
To enable and realize the proposed vision, BD4NRG will develop, adapt, deliver and deploy a distributed big data energy analytics loosely-connected interoperable reference framework (BD4NRG Framework). Therefore, BD4NRG will enable a paradigm shift from a traditional linear generation-consumption towards a digital networked value chain, facilitated by the new emerging roles in the energy value chain. Moreover, BD4NRG will provide an architecture that can integrate the main tools, standards and data for the power system network operators, other non-energy service providers and the consumers.
The Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) of Nigeria has awarded to ED a World Bank funded contract for the design, development/customization, supply, installation and maintenance of the e-Government Procurement (e-GP) System at Federal level for the Government of Nigeria.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS’ e-PPS Electronic Procurement platform shall be implemented to cover e-Registration, e-Procurement Planning, e-Publication/Notification, e-Tendering, e-Evaluation/Awarding, e-Contract Management, e-Catalogue Management, e-Purchasing as well as Business Intelligence Reporting and Dashboard.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS shall also be offering tier-3 hosting services as well as training and a user Service Desk operating locally in Nigeria.
The contract followed a very competitive international call for tenders involving fifteen companies and it has a five-year duration extendable to an additional three-year post-warranty Operations, Support & Maintenance period.