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Environmental spending analysis - description of a method for integrating climate impact in general purchasing analyzes
This swedish report describes a pilot study carried out at three administrations in the city of Gothenburg. It has to the highest degree been a development work of purchasing analyzes within parts of a practical municipal environmental work.
Swedish
Sweden
General GPP/SPP
2020
Gender Equality and Social Inclusion in ICT Procurement: Discovery Report
The UK’s Government Digital Service, as part of its Global Digital Marketplace programme, was looking to understand how gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) in information, communication, and technology public procurement can be integrated into GDMP delivery. This project examines the existing procurement global best practice. It then offers recommendations for incorporating and mainstreaming GESI into ICT procurement practices.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
Oxford Insights
2020
Lessons learned on legal aspects - White Paper
Under the PPI4HPC project, funded by the European Commission (call EINFRA-21-2017), a group of leading European supercomputing centres (BSC in Spain, CINECA in Italy, Forschungszentrum Juelich-JSC in Germany and GENCI/CEA in France) formed a buyer’s group to execute a joint Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (PPI) for the first time in the area of High-Performance Computing (HPC).
The document provides details on the procedure that the partners undertook to initiate and run the joint public procurement process and the legal lessons that they learnt along the course of actions.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Innovation procurement (PPI)
PPI4HPC consortium
2020
Lessons Learnt from the procurement pilots in Circular PP (Summary Version)
The Circular PP project recorded the lessons learnt from pilot circular procurements in three places - Aalborg (Demnark), Malmö (Sweden), and several Latvian municipalities. This summary leaflet presents the main lessons from each pilot.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.), Furniture
Circular Economy
Circular PP
2020
Alternative business models available for circular procurement
The following report presents the findings of work package 2.2, of the Circular PP project. The focus of this work package is to analyze and provide an overview of best practices within business model innovation for a circular economy and provide recommendations for business models and partnerships approaches suitable for circular public procurement.
English
Europe/EU
Circular Economy
University of Aalborg
2019
State-of-the-art on Circular Procurement Policy in the Baltic Sea region
This study provides an overview of current policies related to circular public procurement in the different countries of the Baltic Sea Region, identifying the main existing gaps and the lines of action that are to be set as a priority in the following years. The study also highlights good and best practices in the field of circular public procurement, and shows examples on how circular elements can be considered in the tendering documents.
English
Denmark, Finland, Latvia, Netherlands, Sweden, Russia
Circular Economy
SYKE
2019
Recommendations to national policy makers on Circular PP
A set of recommendations directed at national policy makers has been published by the Circular PP project. These recommendations are the result of a large analysis conducted by the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) to assess the state of circular public procurement policy and practice across eight Baltic Sea countries (Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Latvia, Poland, and Finland) as well as comparisons to the Netherlands and UK. The full analysis can be found here.
English
Europe/EU
Circular Economy
Circular PP
2020
Gaps and needs on Public Procurement of Innovation for SMEs
The HAePPI project, framed within the Erasmus + programme, has emerged with the aim of developing a new learning curriculum on PPI in line with the needs of habitat and eHealth SMEs.

As a first step to achieve this goal, project partners have dedicated the first months of the project to conduct a study to identify the needs and gaps that currently have SMEs to participate on public tenders of innovation, that are necessary to be covered in the future HAePPI training course.
For this, they have benefited from the participation of almost 25 public authorities and SMEs of the European Union. Through interviews with experts, public procurement responsibles, and SME´s CEOs and managers, they have been able to see first-hand on the barriers SMEs have to face this kind of public tenders, aspects of a tender that could facilitate SMEs participation, and what are the key aspects for a future training on PPI.

The information collected has been analysed into final report, that encloses an introduction to PPI concept, a brief analysis of the benefits and barriers of the participation of SMEs in PPI tenders through different references, and the results of the survey performed by HAePPI project partners.
English
Europe/EU
Innovation procurement (PPI)
HAePPI
2020
INNOVATION PARTNERSHIPS: Good advice and experience in implementing innovative development partnerships offering.
Report providing an overview of lessons learned from the Municipality of Frederiksberg's pilot innovation partnership to procure future rainwater management solutions.
Danish
Europe/EU, Denmark
Buildings and construction, Infrastructure, Green spaces
Innovation procurement (PPI)
Municipality of Frederiksberg
2019