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Paolo Magina

OECD, Head of the Public Procurement Unit
Paulo Magina is the Head of the Public Procurement Unit at the OECD Public Sector Integrity Division since March 2014.

With over 10 years’ experience in the public sector, most recently he was a board member and the CFO of the Portuguese Central Government Shared Services Agency, in charge of finance, accounting, HR, IT and public procurement for the public administration. Between 2010 and 2012, he was also the CEO of the National Public Procurement Agency, where he led the setting up of the central purchasing body and the e-procurement implementation. He also worked lately with the EBRD and UNCITRAL to advise policy and legal reforms, develop action plans and road maps for restructuring public procurement systems in the CIS region. Formerly he was deputy member of the cabinet of the secretary of state for transports in Portugal and also held managerial positions as CFO and Investment Director in the transportation, banking and private equity sectors, for more than 12 years.

  • Key conditions for the development and implementation of national e-Procurement strategies   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2016: Make IT Easy
    The experience of the OECD in improving procurement systems around the globe shows the relevance of sound e-Procurement systems as a clear part of effective public procurement. The current e-Procurement environment in Slovakia, although existing for nine years, is characterized by a lack of clarity in terms of governance, legislation, processes and systems, which prevents a better and more efficient use of the available tools.

    The development of a national e-Procurement strategy for Slovakia is a main component of a project designed between the Slovak Republic, the European Commission and the OECD with the aim of helping the country enact the public procurement action plan to allow the use of European Structural and Investment Funds. A comprehensive e-Procurement strategy aligning the different priorities and objectives, sustained by a clear vision, is a key enabler for the reform. This session will allow sharing the main findings and proposed roadmap to achieve an integrated e-Procurement system in Slovakia.
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