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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
Lessons Learnt from the procurement pilots in Circular PP
Between 2017 and 2020, Aalborg (Denmark, Malmö (Sweden), and Smiltene and Pļaviņas (Latvia) piloted innovative new approaches to buying circular goods and services as part of the Circular PP project. Their experiences have been collected in this report, which provides a highly useful guide for any other public buyers interested in trying out circular procurement. A summary version is also available.
English
Europe/EU, Denmark, Latvia, Sweden
Food and catering, ICT (information and communication techn.), Furniture
Circular Economy
Circular PP
2020
Responsible Procurement- GLA Group Implementation Plan 2018 -2020
This Implementation Plan is the collective vision of the GLA Group’s Functional Bodies, supported by the GLA Group Central Responsible Procurement Team (CRPT). This document has been developed in collaboration with key stakeholders from these organisations. It sets out shared ambitions and common aspirations, while allowing some organisations to exceed these and share best practice in specific RP Policy areas.
English
United Kingdom
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
2019
The path towards a circular category office furniture
This report includes a vision and strategy for circular procurement of office furniture.
English
Netherlands
Furniture
General GPP/SPP, Circular Economy
Turntoo
Public procurement for sustainable development: A framework for the public sector
This paper proposes a revised definition of sustainable procurement. It encourages the observation of 10 standards for public procurement for sustainable development and includes case studies from Papua New Guinea, Ecuador and Brazil.
English
Europe/EU
General GPP/SPP
Chatham House
2020
Public Procurement of Zero-Emission Construction Sites - Lessons learned from the Big Buyers Initiative working group
Through the Big Buyers Initiative, a working group on Zero-Emission Construction Sites brings together the cities of Amsterdam, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Lisbon, Oslo, Trondheim and Vienna to promote zero-emission construction sites, focusing on alternatives to traditionally diesel-driven non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) used to carry out construction works (such as diggers, excavators, wheel loaders, etc.).
The group began collaborating in April 2019, and herein shares key takeaways from a year and a half of capacity building, market dialogues, and learning-by-doing through pilot procurements with fossil- and emission-free components.
English
Europe/EU
Buildings and construction
General GPP/SPP
2020
Public procurement of nature-based solutions - Addressing barriers to the procurement of urban NBS: case studies and recommendations
This report provides an overview of the major challenges facing NBS procurers in the EU, along with case studies of success in addressing those barriers across nine European cities. The findings may help other public authorities adapt their procurement processes to procure NBS more effectively.
English
Europe/EU
Green spaces
General GPP/SPP
Joint Baltic Sea Region Report for Sustainable Public Procurement and Catering Services
This report presents the results of the StratKIT mapping of PPCS which discloses the national legal framework and innovative approaches, organisational and business structures and operational ‘shop floor' performance regarding the provision of the public meal. 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 developments by PPCS.
English
Europe/EU
Food and catering
General GPP/SPP
2020