The workshop was centred on two main topics: implementing PCP and foreseeing 10 common security threats. The outcome of this workshop will set the stage for 10 initial use cases, which will later shape one singular, unified, and common PCP challenge in the future. This will contribute to the broader objective of uncovering areas for enhancement and optimising coordination and organisation within security forces.
The event also provided a detailed examination of various facets of implementing a PCP, including procurement strategy discussions, criteria for tender documents, evaluation schemes, tender receipt, evaluation of the PCP contract, process phases, as well as execution and monitoring. Additionally, there was an exchange of knowledge from previous successful projects. This training was led by Beatriz Gómez Fariñas and Ana Lucia Jaramillo from Corvers.