Procuring clean and efficient road vehicles - A Clean Fleets Guide
This guide is designed to assist public authorities and public transport operators in purchasing clean and energy efficient vehicles in full compliance with European legislation - in particular the Clean Vehicles Directive (CVD). It is primarily targeted at procurers and fleet managers, but will also be of relevance to policy makers and others involved in the transport sector.
How-To Guide for Implementation of Innovation Oriented Procurement
This guide is addressed to public and semi-public water authorities who are involved in the procurement procedure, hereafter Public Procurers. It intends to provide a comprehensive overview of the legal and practical dimensions of IOPP.
Reference tool on Supply Chain Social Performance Management Systems
The GSCP Reference tool on supply chain Social Performance Management Systems (SPMS) has been developed by and for buying organisations (retailers and manufacturers) to support them in monitoring and improving social compliance
performance in the whole supply chain.
The Reference tool is based on best existing practices, common approaches and shared standards, and is designed to reflect and be aligned with relevant international standards and in particular with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. It can be used either to provide a general framework for an organisation wishing to create a SPMS, or as a benchmark for an organisation seeking to improve or develop an established SPMS.
Delivering social benefits through public procurement: A Toolkit
This toolkit is designed to guide procurers who are managing above-threshold competitions subject to the requirements of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 through the process of securing social benefits from capital projects.
Clean Buses – Experiences with Fuel and Technology Options
This Report has been produced by the Clean Fleets project consortium (see end of document for list of partners), and aims to document some of the experiences of European local authorities and public transport operators in operating buses running on alternative fuels and technologies.