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Joint Baltic Sea Region Report for Sustainable Public Procurement and Catering Services
This report presents the results of the mapping of Public Procurement and Catering Services (PPCS) which discloses the national legal framework and innovative approaches, organisational and business structures and operational ‘shop floor' performance regarding the provision of public meals. The report was developed through the EU-funded StratKIT project (Innovative Strategies for Public Catering: Sustainability Toolkit across Baltic Sea Region 2019-2021).
As the current practices of PPCS are closely related to the supranational policy framework, this is also briefly reflected with the best practices both from within and outside the EU. The information enables the analysis of the green or sustainable features as performed by country-specific PPCS. These results help the project partners to understand and identify the opportunities for sustainable development by PPCS.
StratKIT is funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.
English
Europe/EU
Food and catering
General GPP/SPP
2020
Baltic Sea Region Dynamic Sustainability Model for Public Procurement and Catering Services
This report is part of the EU-funded StratKIT project (Innovative Strategies for Public Catering: Sustainability Toolkit across Baltic Sea Region 2019-2021). The framework model shows how Public Procurement and Catering Service (PPCS) provisions depend on specific country-based legal and market contexts while administered by public authorities and operating as a bundle of activity centres or domains.

StratKIT is funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.
English
Europe/EU
Food and catering
General GPP/SPP
2020
Green Public Procurement: Catalysing the Net-Zero Economy
Public procurement is responsible for a significant proportion of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Governments can accelerate their path to net-zero operations by adopting the green procurement framework – an approach designed by the World Economic Forum and BCG for the Mission Possible Partnership.
English
International
General GPP/SPP
World Economic Forum
2022
Portraits - Ethical Procurement of ICT
The document was created through the international Working Group on Ethical Procurement of ICT. It gathers information concerning the ethical procurement of ICT in the following public authorities:
- Federal Institute for Sustainable Development, Belgium
- City of Helsinki, Finland
- Consip, Italy
- State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, Switzerland
- City of Oslo, Norway
- City of Ghent, District09, Belgium
- Danish Central Purchasing Body, Denmark
- Region Stockholm, Sweden
- Aktionsplan Nachhaltige Beschaffung (NABE), Austria
- Norwegian Hospital Procurement Trust, Norway
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP
Final Report of the International Working Group on Ethics in Public Procurement for IT
The document summarizes the work of the International Working Group on Ethics in Public Procurement for IT, which brought
together leading public buyers of IT as a means for exchange, stock taking, discussion and identification of actions towards a next-generation ethical procurement of IT.
At its core, the group consisted of 18 committed members from Belgium, Norway, Spain, Sweden, UK, Denmark, Italy, Finland, Austria, the
Netherlands and Switzerland.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP
2021
SUSTAINABLE TRADE CHAMPIONS REPORT
The Sustainable Trade Champions good practice reports showcase inspiring and replicable practices by EU cities that help advance sustainable trade, consumption, and production.
Drawn exclusively from the applications to the two editions of the ‘EU Cities for Fair and Ethical Trade Award’ (2019, 2021), the reports contain local and international stories of positive change for consumers locally and producers globally.
English
Europe/EU
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
2021
"Green mining" is a myth: The case for cutting EU resource consumption
This flagship report seeks to connect the EU’s material overconsumption, extractivism and the European Green Deal. It asks politicians and civil society alike to reflect on current policies and systems and to examine ways in which our high-intensity, wasteful and growth-oriented economy needs to be transformed so that humanity can thrive within ecological limits.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP
2021
The strategic use of public procurement for innovation in the digital economy
This final report from the European Commission includes EU wide benchmarking of national policy frameworks and investments on innovation procurement across Europe.
English
Europe/EU
Innovation procurement (PPI)
European Commission
2021
Public procurement of innovation
Publication on Public procurement of innovation in Poland in the light of new public procurement law including experiences in acquiring innovations, best practices and more.
English
Poland
General GPP/SPP, Innovation procurement (PPI)
Public Procurement Office Warsaw
2020