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Requirements Smart Lighting Solutions
ENIGMA is a FP7 project that aims to implement a joint transnational pre-commercial procurement (PCP) procedure in the field of public lighting. The 5 project partner municipalities cooperate on procuring innovation. This report identifies in detail the requirements of the municipalities.
English
Europe/EU, Finland, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway
ICT (information and communication techn.), Lighting
Joint procurement, Pre commercial procurement
2014
Supplement to the 2012 Annual Statistical Report on United Nations Procurement: Balancing social, environmental and economic considerations in procurement
This report details numerous instances of governments, the private sector, donors and international organizations adopting sustainability in their supply chains.
English
International
General GPP/SPP
United Nations
2012
If not now, when? Responsible procurement in Baden-Württemberg
Articles from public authorities and NGOs from discussions at a workshop on responsible public procurement held in Baden-Württemberg, Germany November 2012.
German
Germany
Food and catering, Textiles, ICT (information and communication techn.), Transport and vehicles, Cleaning, Timber and forestry , Buildings and construction, Infrastructure, Events, Furniture
General GPP/SPP
Dachverband Entwicklungspolitik Baden-Württemberg (DEAB), dem forum für internationale entwicklung + planung (finep) und der Werkstatt Ökonomie
2013
Climate budget 2018
Oslo’s Climate Budget is a means of showing where emissions must be reduced and who is responsible for doing so. The Climate Budget provides an overview of the measures that the City Government is planning to implement within the period of its current economic plan in order to fulfil Oslo’s climate goals. Measures include objectives related to procurement and establishment of climate-smart markets.
English
Norway
City of Oslo
2017
City of Oslo Procurement Strategy 2017
This document presents a new strategy for Oslo Municipality's procurement of goods, services, buildings and construction. The municipality's procurement strategy is to provide a common overall basis for thinking and behaviour by municipal agencies, so that procurement becomes an effective instrument for providing residents, businesses and industry with quality solutions and services in line with the needs of today and tomorrow.
English
Norway
City of Oslo
2017
Driving the Future Today A strategy for ultra low emission vehicles in the UK
The Government’s aspiration is that by 2050 almost every car and van in the UK fleet will be an ULEV, with the UK automotive industry at the forefront of their design, development and manufacture. This strategy sets out why this transformational change will happen, the opportunities it presents for the UK, and the challenges that must be overcome to exploit those opportunities. It articulates Government’s clear and strong commitment to this agenda.
English
United Kingdom
Transport and vehicles
Office for low-emission vehicles
2013
The Power of Public Purchasing - making EU public procurement policy work for people and forests
This report is one of a series presenting recommendations to the EU for an Action Plan to halt deforestation and respect rights, looking at EU aid, climate, consumption, financial, illegal logging, renewable energy and trade policies
English
Europe/EU
Timber and forestry
Fern
2015
Recipe for Success: Scotland’s National Food & Drink Policy
This document reaffirms the Scottish Government’s commitment to promoting the sustainable economic growth of the food and drink industry. But it also articulates a new aspiration, that Scotland should become a Good Food Nation, a Land of Food and Drink not only in what we as a nation produce but also in what we buy, serve and eat.
English
United Kingdom
Food and catering
The Scottish Government
2014
National Assembly for Wales: Sustainable Public Sector Food Procurement October 2012
The public sector in Wales spends over £70m a year on food, £20m of which is spent on the procurement of fresh food. The Welsh Government has a duty to ensure that sustainable development is central to all of its undertakings.

This paper examines the development by the Welsh Government of guidance for public sector organisations in working to embed sustainable practices, including reducing food waste and procuring locally, into their procurement practice.
English
United Kingdom
Food and catering
General GPP/SPP,
National Assembly for Wales
2012