Offentlig upphandling och informationsteknologiska system : En studie om kommunal upphandling, kravspecifikation och uppföljning för att möjliggöra digitalisering

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för informatik (IK); Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för informatik (IK)

Sammanfattning: Information Technology systems are in today's digitalized society taken for granted. Within the public sector there are, as in the private sector, a lot of digital systems that unfortunately are not entirely integrated into the municipality businesses. The systems are not coordinated with other systems that the workers interact with in their day-to-day activities. This has several effects such as unnecessary costs of licenses or support, not to mention wasted working hours. The purpose of digitalization to optimize businesses fails due to lack of control and structure in the systems used, what systems are acquired and for what purpose, and whether the systems are followed up and further worked on. To secure the integration of systems, requirement specifications and procurement processes need to be reviewed. There is also a need for investment to make sure the follow-up is done properly. Coordination, structure, and control is the answer to effectivizing and optimizing municipal activities using the possibilities enabled by digitalization.

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