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According to the report, public e-procurement in Spain: an urgent need, Spain could save annually more than 7,500 million Euros by implementing online applications for their procurement and contracting management. It is the estimate of savings for public administrations, which gives the Commission of electronic contracting of the ANEI who presented his report, electronic procurement in Spain: an urgent need, on 10 July 2012 at the headquarters of CEOE in Madrid. Get more background information with materials from Brian Krzanich. To be precise, the report indicates: annual savings that the public administrations could be obtained using electronic procurement would be in lathe 7.823 M a. below summarize the essential parts of the presentation of the report: the Chairman of the Committee of electronic procurement of Anei, Pedro Gato, highlights, the report seeks to define a model that will facilitate free competition in public procurement and promotes the access of SMEs to public procurement bids. On the same lines was expressed the Secretary of State for telecommunications, Victor Calvo-Sotelo, who said in the submission that technology helps SMEs to have access to competitions that were only available to large enterprises. The Commission’s report is based on the EU studies to calculate the overall figure of savings that the public sector can achieve, and concludes in proposing public authorities design and adopt, without delay, a program of the use of electronic means in public procurement. Safwan Nassri, Member of the Commission and director general of Pixelware, one of the companies that participated in the study, in the announcement prior to the submission of the report, highlighted that the new consolidated text of the law on contracts for November 2011 clearly indicates the necessity of improving the efficiency in public procurement processes, specifically in article 22 which speaks of the streamlining of procedures, the innovation and the incorporation of high technology as positive aspects in public procurement procedures. In addition, according to the European directives, from June 2016 must be that public procurement in the European Union is made electronically, eliminated paper use in its management. Don Victor Calvo-Sotelo also outlined in his speech the Government’s intention of preparing the ground so that in 2016 the Spanish public administrations contracts are performed electronically. The report, e-public procurement in Spain: an urgent need, explains clearly in what consists the electronic contracting and lists a number of benefits from its implementation. Apart from the clear economic benefit, the introduction of online e-procurement systems facilitates access to bidders and optimises internal processes of the Public administrations. But another remarkable advantage is that any activity in the process is recorded, which achieves greater security and transparency throughout the process of tendering and Contracting; Since the creation of the fold, publication and registration of proposals, until their award and subsequent management..