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Belgium-Brussels: Support for CEDR’s 2019 Performance Report
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Support for CEDR’s 2019 Performance Report
CEDR’s Performance Working Group deals with various topics including benchmarking, common KPIs and definition of measures. The group produced the 2017 TEN-T (Roads) performance report which was the fifth biennial report that CEDR has published on the performance of the main road network within CEDR member countries. The first performance report was published in 2009 and since then, despite being voluntary, 24 of CEDR’s member countries have chosen to participate in at least one of the 4 reports. CEDR's intention in producing these reports is to establish a stable set of data with which to monitor trends and identify changes in the performance of the TEN-T (Roads) network. As such, the report is a particularly useful source of information for individual NRAs, regulatory bodies and others for benchmarking purposes and for setting national performance targets.
The object of this contract is to collate and assemble the CEDR Performance Report 2019.
The work will include:
— finalisation of the definition of Performance Indicators for 2019 Report,
— assisting working group in defining indicators for 2019 Performance Report,
— finalising the indicators following the summer 2021 meeting of CEDR’s Executive Board,
— Performance Report 2019,
— preparing and issuing material to support the production of the 2019 Performance Report,
— assisting CEDR members in the implementation of location referencing models and provisions of performance data,
— assisting CEDR members in suggesting and implementing KPIs for TENT-networks on linklevel and KPIs on aggregate level,
— supporting the Working Group in creating clear definitions for the KPIs,
— examining other KPIs and benchmarking projects that can provide input to the Working Group,
— collecting, processing and analysing performance data,
— checking the data as submitted by reporting organisations and requesting adjustments, where relevant,
— preparing benchmarking reports including:
—— an assessment of the benchmarking framework and IT tool,
—— a presentation of a package of background information per member,
—— a data analysis,
—— a presentation of conclusions on European level,
—— a presentation of conclusions per member,
—— recommendations for next steps.
— drafting a TEN-T Performance Report and addressing it at CEDR’s summer 2020 Executive Board meeting,
— using UK format,
— updating the GIS-tool with new KPIs on link-level (language used is Python),
— updating excel file and sending them to members to deliver data,
— preparing shape-files and uploading mebers data into the GIS-tool,
— doing quality checks in cooperation with the members,
— online tool,
— updating the on-line tool with new KPIs (language used is Java),
— supporting members in performing quality checks of data,
— continuing to develop the reporting function of the tool in cooperation with the Working Group,
— general activities,
— attending and supporting the WG-leader at the meetings of the Working Group in reporting progress on the 2019 Performance Report and receiving direction as necessary,
— providing information to support other activities undertaken by the Working Group with regards to the 2019 Performance Report as necessary,
— organising and attending project management meetings with the Client Representative; 4 physical and 4 skype meetings per year.
CEDR may extend the work for the 2021 report.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The expert(s) that will carry out the work must have expertise in the following domains:
— special expertise in infrastructure engineering,
— collection and evaluation of infrastructure performance data,
— experiences and knowledge in collaboration with National Infrastructure Administrations,
— production of technical reports in plain English.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information