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How to engage the market - An overview of the European legal framework
This document gives a brief overview of the legal frameworks underpinning market engagement aiming to enable public buyers to practice dialogue.
The overview provides a legal background beyond a specific format of engagement, outlining regulation on Competitive Dialogue, the Negotiated Procedure or Innovation Partnership. In addition, the document details how some countries have regulated market engagement based on the EU directives.
English
Europe/EU
Market Engagement
ICLEI European Secretariat
2020
How to engage the market - A step by step guide for dialogue events
This dialogue-based, strategic approach looks beyond the tendering phase to develop relationships with the market before and after tendering. One common format is hosting a dialogue event. However, organising such an event is not as straightforward. This guide aims to support public authorities in this regard by providing a set of practical steps on how to plan a market dialogue event, online or in-person.
English
Europe/EU
Market Engagement
ICLEI European Secretariat
2020
15 Frequently asked questions on socially responsible public procurement
Public authorities can engage in socially-responsible public procurement by buying ethical products and services, and by using public tenders to create job opportunities, decent work, social and professional inclusion and better conditions for disabled and disadvantaged people.
This document provided by the European Commission provides answers to 15 frequently ased questions such as
- What is Socially Responsible Public Procurement (SRPP)?
- Who can benefit from that?
- What is the legal framework?
English
Europe/EU
General GPP/SPP, Fair trade, Social responsibility
European Commission
2020
Public procurement and circular economy in the building sector
This booklet is the result of a partnership with the Regional Council of Pays de la Loire started in 2018 on circular economy, and was produced in collaboration with the Regional Council, ADEME and RESECO.
In addition to regulation elements, it includes feedback, in particular those presented during a webinar in November 2020 on "market integration of building materials from recycling/reuse".
French
France
Buildings and construction
General GPP/SPP, Circular Economy
RESECO
2021
Six recommendations to boost circular procurement across the EU
Based on research and practical implementation of pilot procurements done as part of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme funded Circular PP project, this document includes six
recommendations to the European Commission in support of the Circular Economy Action Plan.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.), Furniture
General GPP/SPP, Circular Economy
2020
Zero-Emission Construction Sites - Changing the way we build in cities
Short, practical brochures for policymakers - outlining the reasons for shifting to zero-emission construction sites, for different target audiences.
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles, Buildings and construction
General GPP/SPP
2020
The new European Energy Labels
The infographic includes information on the new EU energy labelling system which will be introduced by September 2020 and will start in March 2021.
English
Europe/EU
Energy
Energy efficiency
EU
2020
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