• Title/Summary/Keyword: Korea On-Line E-Procurement System

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A User Analysis on the Improving Direction of KONEPS : Focus on Gyeongbuk province (국가종합전자조달시스템 종합쇼핑몰 개선방향에 대한 사용자분석 : 경북지역 중심으로)

  • Kim, Sang-Min;Lee, Hyun-Soo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.5
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    • pp.33-42
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    • 2018
  • This paper is based on the suggestions of the prior research on the buyer feedback, the selection of various product options, and the payment procedure improvements for Korea ON-line E-Procurement System(KONEPS), and this is to confirm the necessity of improvement and satisfaction from the viewpoint of the workers of the public and subordinate organizations the purchasing and using of the computer equipment in the actual KONEPS(Korea ON-line E-Procurement System). Based on the basic questionnaires and in-depth interviews, this paper conducts the qualitative case studies on IT and non - IT workers who had purchasing experiences for equipment at public institutions and government agencies in Gyeongbuk province. As results of the study, it was confirmed that the improvement is necessary for the buyer feedback and option selection part, and that there is a difference among the work experience for the simplification of the payment procedure and the satisfaction. In addition, the biggest contribution in the provided research is to categorize and to analyze the opinions on the use of public and relevant subordinate research participants. Additional work will be needed for a large number of workers in public and subordinate organizations who have purchasing experiences for handling various procurement products and those working in the metropolitan area and other public and subordinate agencies.

Study on Impacts of Using Characteristics of Public Systems on Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty of the Systems : Korean E-Procurement System (공공시스템사용특성이 고객만족과 충성도에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구 : 국가종합전자조달시스템)

  • Lim, Kyung-Won;Kim, Yon-Tae;Kim, Chul Soo
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.83-98
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    • 2013
  • Advanced IT of Korea is the important factor that has improved the performance of business to business e-business systems, especially On-Line E-procurement System (KONEPS). Obviously KONEPS is well positioned in businesses of Korea. In order to be higher performance in KONEPS, it needed to be analysed important characteristics composed of KONEPS. Even though KONEPS has been operating well, user's satisfaction and customer loyalty for KONEPS was not high in real businesses. In this research, we tried to find the factors affecting user satisfaction and customer loyalty for KONEPS and figure out the mechanism among the factors. We surveyed using characteristics, which are information diversity, usability, system reliability and stability, on suppliers, main users of KONEPS. We consider the using characteristics as independent factors of the research model. Meanwhile, we model user's satisfaction and customer loyalty as the dependent factors. The results from the study are helpful in providing policies and strategies to promote the use of KONEPS.

A Case Study on International Technology Transfer of Korean Public Information Systems and Recommendations for NTIS (국내 공공정보시스템의 국제기술이전 사례연구 및 NTIS 제언)

  • Lee, Eunji;Kang, Inje;Lim, Chulsu;Choi, Kiseok;Lee, Byeong-Hee
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.10
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    • pp.533-545
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    • 2016
  • It is well known that international technology transfer(ITT) is relatively more difficult than the domestic technology transfer because of the difference in interest, technology level, culture and other various macro-environmental conditions. This study aims to derive recommendations for ITT of National Science and Technology Information Service(NTIS) of Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning(MSIP) by conducting case study of ITT in domestic public information systems. The cases are the national agencies that performed successfully in ITT. The cases are Korea Customs Service(KCS)'s customs administration system(UNI-PASS), Public Procurement Service(PPS)'s Korea On-Line E-Procurement System(KONEPS), and Korean Intellectual Property Office(KIPO). After studying on how the cases proceeded ITT, this paper suggests proper preparation strategies in the view point of information marketing.

A Study on the Improvement Direction through the Analysis of the Legal System and Current Process of KONEPS (국가종합전자조달시스템의 제도 및 프로세스 고찰을 통한 개선 방향 연구)

  • Kim, Sang-Min;Lee, Hyun-Soo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.11
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    • pp.23-35
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    • 2017
  • Since the beginning of 2002, KONEPS(Korea ON-line E-Procurement System) which is known with GePS(Government e-Procurement Service), has become a significant role in Korea public procurement service. This paper focuses on the amendments of the related laws and the practical improvement of inconveniences and inefficiencies in user's' position during the use of KONEPS. We analyzed the case of government procurement by major countries, the detailed process and function of KONEPS, and confirmed the revised procurement laws since the commencement of KONEPS. When a user of KONEPS makes an online purchase at the g2b shopping mall to purchase procurement goods, we analyzed focused on the inconvenience of option selection, user feedback after purchasing, unification of the purchase procedure, compared with general online shopping purchase. This paper suggests practical ways to improve the inconveniences and inefficiencies that arise in the process of procurement and use from KONEPS. It is necessary to study on the construction contracts and the empirical studies based on the questionnaire on the functions of procurement law and research model for the cases used in this study in the future.

A Study on the Performance Evaluation of G2B Procurement Process Innovation by Using MAS: Korea G2B KONEPS Case (멀티에이전트시스템(MAS)을 이용한 G2B 조달 프로세스 혁신의 효과평가에 관한 연구 : 나라장터 G2B사례)

  • Seo, Won-Jun;Lee, Dae-Cheor;Lim, Gyoo-Gun
    • Journal of Intelligence and Information Systems
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.157-175
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    • 2012
  • It is difficult to evaluate the performance of process innovation of e-procurement which has large scale and complex processes. The existing evaluation methods for measuring the effects of process innovation have been mainly done with statistically quantitative methods by analyzing operational data or with qualitative methods by conducting surveys and interviews. However, these methods have some limitations to evaluate the effects because the performance evaluation of e-procurement process innovation should consider the interactions among participants who are active either directly or indirectly through the processes. This study considers the e-procurement process as a complex system and develops a simulation model based on MAS(Multi-Agent System) to evaluate the effects of e-procurement process innovation. Multi-agent based simulation allows observing interaction patterns of objects in virtual world through relationship among objects and their behavioral mechanism. Agent-based simulation is suitable especially for complex business problems. In this study, we used Netlogo Version 4.1.3 as a MAS simulation tool which was developed in Northwestern University. To do this, we developed a interaction model of agents in MAS environment. We defined process agents and task agents, and assigned their behavioral characteristics. The developed simulation model was applied to G2B system (KONEPS: Korea ON-line E-Procurement System) of Public Procurement Service (PPS) in Korea and used to evaluate the innovation effects of the G2B system. KONEPS is a successfully established e-procurement system started in the year 2002. KONEPS is a representative e-Procurement system which integrates characteristics of e-commerce into government for business procurement activities. KONEPS deserves the international recognition considering the annual transaction volume of 56 billion dollars, daily exchanges of electronic documents, users consisted of 121,000 suppliers and 37,000 public organizations, and the 4.5 billion dollars of cost saving. For the simulation, we analyzed the e-procurement of process of KONEPS into eight sub processes such as 'process 1: search products and acquisition of proposal', 'process 2 : review the methods of contracts and item features', 'process 3 : a notice of bid', 'process 4 : registration and confirmation of qualification', 'process 5 : bidding', 'process 6 : a screening test', 'process 7 : contracts', and 'process 8 : invoice and payment'. For the parameter settings of the agents behavior, we collected some data from the transactional database of PPS and some information by conducting a survey. The used data for the simulation are 'participants (government organizations, local government organizations and public institutions)', 'the number of bidding per year', 'the number of total contracts', 'the number of shopping mall transactions', 'the rate of contracts between bidding and shopping mall', 'the successful bidding ratio', and the estimated time for each process. The comparison was done for the difference of time consumption between 'before the innovation (As-was)' and 'after the innovation (As-is).' The results showed that there were productivity improvements in every eight sub processes. The decrease ratio of 'average number of task processing' was 92.7% and the decrease ratio of 'average time of task processing' was 95.4% in entire processes when we use G2B system comparing to the conventional method. Also, this study found that the process innovation effect will be enhanced if the task process related to the 'contract' can be improved. This study shows the usability and possibility of using MAS in process innovation evaluation and its modeling.