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Access of Social Integration Enterprises to Public Contracts in Europe
This publication aims to enhance the experiences with procuring from social enterprises in France but also to echo the French practices to compare, confront, inspire, with the main objective to strengthen initiatives aimed at improving social enterprises' access to public tenders.
French
France
Social responsibility
Avise
2014
A Plan for Public Procurement: Enabling a healthy future for our people, farmers and food producers
The ambition of the Plan is to (1) making it easier for procurers to deliver a good service through a clearer, more consistent approach, (2)giving a clearer, more consistent method and message to suppliers, to show them exactly what
the public sector is looking for and (3)opening up the supply chain to a wider range of companies.
English
United Kingdom
Food and catering
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
UK Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs
2014
Responsible Timber Procurement: From campaigning to implementing
A case study on Madrid implementation of responsible timber procurement. Madrid is listed in the ‘green’ list of the WWF campaign “Cities Friends of the Forest”, amongst the top scoring in Spain for implementing procurement policies that
give preference to suppliers of wood certified with the maximum guarantee of social and environmental criteria.
English
Spain
Timber and forestry
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
2012
Good practice in socially responsible public procurement - approaches to verification from across Europe
This series of case studies describes how organisations from different countries have approached the verification of social criteria at various stages of the tender process. Each study looks into how the compliance of direct suppliers is monitored and how this applies to the rest of the supply chain. It is hoped that procurement professionals and other key stakeholders will be able to use the experiences of their counterparts to develop or improve verification systems in their own authorities.
English
Europe/EU
Food and catering, Textiles, ICT (information and communication techn.), Buildings and construction
Social responsibility
The LANDMARK Project
2012
Good practice in socially responsible public procurement - approaches to verification from across Europe
Catalan
Europe/EU
Food and catering, Textiles, ICT (information and communication techn.), Buildings and construction
Social responsibility
The LANDMARK Project
2012
Good practice in socially responsible public procurement - approaches to verification from across Europe
In each chapter, the LANDMARK report on good practices presents
detailed verification and monitoring systems, after having briefly explained the overall approach of the municipality. Each case study has its conclusions and recommendations, although the objective is that each one draws their own conclusions and know which tools can adapt better to the organization for which you work.
Spanish
Europe/EU
Food and catering, Textiles, ICT (information and communication techn.), Buildings and construction
Social responsibility
The LANDMARK Project
2012
Achieving Sustainability Goals with EPEAT and ICLEI ClearPath in Durango, CO
EPEAT and ICLEI ClearPath are utilized by the City of Durango to achieve sustainability goals set forth in a Municipal Sustainability Action Plan. EPEAT-Registered IT product purchases have resulted in quantifiable environmental benefits,significant cost-savings and public recognition.
English
United States
General GPP/SPP
2017
Sustainable reconstruction of the A6 motorway in the Netherlands
Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) is the Department of Public Works within the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management.RWS uses the ‘Most Economically Advantageous Tender (MEAT) procedure to select tenders on the basis of price
and quality.
English
Netherlands
Buildings and construction
2018
Procuring quality cleaning services which meet sustainability requirements
The new approach adopted by the CSUC members aimed to transform the procurement of cleaning services from a model based on the number of hours spent cleaning, to a ‘service’ model, based on quality and performance.
English
Spain
Cleaning
Innovation procurement (PPI)
2018