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Refurbishing an old Kindergarten building with minimal environmental impact - Croatia
GPP Case Study - A good practice example published in the December edition on the GPP News Alert presenting recent work through public procurement of innovation (PPI) carried out in the City of Koprivnica (Croatia).
English
Croatia
Buildings and construction
General GPP/SPP, Innovation procurement (PPI)
2020
Socially responsible public procurement of ICT equipment in Sweden - Region Stockholm
Procura+ Case Study: Region Stockholm is a European leader in the implementation of social criteria. Their strategy for socially responsible procurement and experiences with using social criteria in tenders for ICT equipment are outlined in this Case Study published within the MakeICTFair project.
English
Europe/EU, Sweden
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
2020
National framework contract for paper with environmental requirements - Slovenia
GPP Case Study: The Ministry of Public Administration in Slovenia is responsible for joint procurement procedures on behalf of other Slovenian contracting authorities. In 2020, this included a very large joint procurement for office paper made from primary fibres obtained from sustainably managed forests, and office paper made from recycled fibres.
English
Slovenia
General GPP/SPP
2020
Socially responsible public procurement of Chromebooks - Municipality of Stavanger
Procura+ Case Study: In 2020, Stavanger procured Chromebooks for all elementary and junior high school pupils. By allocating more points to quality criteria than price, Stavanger sent a strong signal to the market about its commitment to ethical trading. The Case Study is published within the MakeICTFair Project.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
ICLEI European Secretariat
2020
Socially responsible public procurement of workspace hardware and mobile devices - Municipality of Haarlem
Procura+ Case Study: Using award criteria, Haarlem aims to encourage continuous improvement in supply chain transparency for raw materials extraction within ICT supply chains. The Case Study is published within the MakeICTFair Project.
English
Europe/EU, Netherlands
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
ICLEI European Secretariat
2020
Socially responsible public procurement of computer equipment - City of Barcelona
Procura+ Case Study: Barcelona City Council aims to strengthen social and ecological standards in the ICT industry via its procurement. The Case Study is published within the MakeICTFair Project.
English
Spain
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
ICLEI European Secretariat
2020
Socially responsible public procurement of audio-visual equipment - APUC Scotland
Procura+ Case Study: APUC Scotland incorporated social and environmental criteria within its framework agreement for audio-visual equipment. The case study is published under the MakeICTFair Project.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
ICLEI European Secretariat
2020
Innovation partnership with a focus on Care / Welfare
The Market Maturation Fund, in collaboration with Albertslund Municipality, Esbjerg Municipality and Frederikssund Municipality, as well as the Danish Competition & Consumer Authority, is testing the new form of tender "Innovation Partnerships" with a focus on Care / Welfare.
Background: In connection with the new Public Procurement Act, a completely new form of public procurement called "Innovation Partnerships" was opened up. The innovation partnership gives public parties the opportunity to create innovation and solve problems in a new and more efficient way in collaboration with private suppliers, while the public party has an option to buy the solution afterwards.
Danish
Denmark
Medical equipment
Innovation procurement (PPI)
Markeds modningsfonden
2020
Tunnel safety
In this development project, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration draws attention to tunnel safety. They challenge the market for solutions that make it possible to detect incidents, provide information about what is happening and help with self-rescue. The development project is one of four innovation partnerships that received funding from Innovation Norway in 2017. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration receives project support in the implementation from Innovation Norway, Difi and the National Program for Supplier Development
Norwegian
Norway
Transport and vehicles
Innovation procurement (PPI)