Requirementsâ€™ Specification for the Academic Cloud of the MUT Centre for Advanced Studies in Systems Engineering
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Tomasz GÃ³rski: Akademia Marynarki Wojennej
Collegium of Economic Analysis Annals, 2017, issue 46, 65-76
The article describes the requirementsâ€™ specification for the academic cloud of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Systems Engineering (CASE) at the Military University of Technology. The project POIS.13.01.00â€“00â€“007 / 12 was financed from the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2007â€“2013, activity 13.1 â€œInfrastructure of higher educationâ€ . During the project, it was necessary to conduct a series of public tenders to purchase and deploy the hardware and equipment of CASE. The author introduces the issue of the requirementsâ€™ specification for the biggest tender and its conducting in order to build and run the academic cloud. The article presents the scope of the tender. The author describes the best practices that have proven effective in the planning, preparation and conducting of the tender procedure. They were crucial to the positive outcome of the tender for the first time and without appeals.
Keywords: requirements specification; unlimited public tender; cloud computing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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