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Sustainable Public Procurement. Social and environmental aspects in the procurement procedure in the light of the amendment to the Public Procurement Law
This polish publication discusses the various legal instruments available to procuring entities that enable the award of a social or green public procurement.
Polish
Poland
General GPP/SPP
Public Procurement Office Warsaw
2017
Examples of social and environmental criteria for evaluating bids in public procurement
This polish guidance showcases examples of non-price criteria for evaluation of offers concerning social aspects. Determining the method of selecting the most advantageous offer, i.e. what evaluation criteria will be applied and how the contracting authority will apply these criteria, what elements of the offer will be taken into account in this evaluation, what weights will be assigned to individual criteria and what mathematical formula for converting into points will be applied, and how, on the basis of this evaluation, the most advantageous offer will be selected.
Polish
Poland
General GPP/SPP
Public Procurement Office Warsaw
2018
Green Procurement in Universities related to sustainable mobility
The “Green Procurement in Universities related to Sustainable Mobility” is a guide to present the strategic role of Green Procurement for Universities and the benefits it can bring.
It also provides several case studies to demonstrate that sustainable mobility-related Green Procurement is already being successfully implemented across the EU in universities and other public authorities.
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles
General GPP/SPP
2020
Learning Technology Accelerator Online Course
Learning Technology Accelerator Online course is for organisations and people who are interested in buying learning technologies. On this course you will learn:

•Basics of innovation procurement (Pre-Commercial Procurement and Public Procurement of Innovation)
•5 Steps to PCP and PPI in the field of Education
•How to identify and communicate your needs to other interested procurers
•Where to search for funding and how apply for it
•How to analyze the market and confirm an innovation gap
•How to implement a PCP
•Differences between joined and coordinated PPI legal frameworks
•Bonus chapter on emerging learning technologies between 2020 to 2030
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Innovation procurement (PPI) , Pre commercial procurement
LEA
2020
Buying innovative learning technology for higher education: Lessons from the LEA project
The LEA Project’s (learntechaccelerator.eu) goal is to accelerate knowledge transfer, dialogue and awareness-raising of innovation procurement within the learning technology (learntech) sector. A brochure has been published to selectively showcase reports and guidelines on innovation procurement of learning technology most relevant for universities. The publication covers the state-of-the-art and innovative trends in learntech development and also highlights useful tools for needs assessment and stakeholder dialogue to ensure that solutions developed through innovation procurement are fit for purpose for end users. Guidance from the European Commission on the legal framework and step by step approaches for innovation procurement is also included.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Innovation procurement (PPI) , Pre commercial procurement
ICLEI
2020
Catalogue of Best Practices on PPI
This Catalogue of Good Practices showcases five exemplary cases in Public Procurement of Innovation from the different InnoBrokers pilot projects. The good practice cases presented in the document encompass different stages of the brokerage service and focus in particular on pre-procurement planning and support, exemplary needs assessment process and market engagement methods.
English
Europe/EU
Innovation procurement (PPI)
SPP Index Methodology: SDG indicator 12.7.1
The 12.7.1 methodology is aimed at national governments, guiding policy makers and practitioners. In addition to reporting on SDG 12.7.1, the methodology will offer insights and will identify gaps useful for the implementation of sound sustainable public procurement policies.
English
International
General GPP/SPP
UNEP
2020
DRIVING CHANGE THROUGH PUBLIC PROCUREMENT - A toolkit on human rights for procurement policy makers and practitioners
This toolkit is designed to be a practical tool with a range good practice examples: talking about human rights in the context of public procurement, how to link the policy context, requirements and contract management.
English
International
Social responsibility
Danish Institute for Human Rights
2020
GUIDELINES TO ADDRESS SINGLE-USE PLASTICS THROUGH PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN THE MEDITERRANEAN
The guidelines intend to provide a common understanding of the set of measures and environmental criteria that can be considered in developing the most appropriate legal and operational framework to address single-use of plastic in public procurement in the signatory countries of the Barcelona Convention.
English
Europe/EU
Waste
General GPP/SPP
Ecoinstitut S.C.C.L.
2020