Public spending is an immense responsibility. But it also presents an unparalleled opportunity to promote responsible purchasing, showcase accountability and reduce costs. Check out our handbook, which synthesizes our experience with the world’s largest organizations to illustrate how sustainable procurement principles can be incorporated into the public sector.
Measuring Supplier Sustainability
Sustainability is a broad area that encompasses environmental, social and economic factors. Things like the use of 100 percent post-consumer waste (PCW) paper, green cleaning products, and energy...
From Materials to Practices: Sustainable Purchasing Groundswell At The SPLC Summit 2019
Portland has a reputation as a sort of sustainability mecca, so it was certainly an apt site for the SPLC’s annual Summit. Now in our sixth year supporting the SPLC, it did not disappoint: This...
Public Procurement Flyer
Public spending is an immense responsibility. With today’s complex and global supply chains you have a huge impact on what is happening not only in your own organization.
Rete Ferroviaria Italiana Talks About Their Commitments to Sustainable Procurement
Paving the Way for Sustainable Public Procurement
Public spending is big business. Direct purchasing by governments and state-owned enterprises accounts for 12 percent of GDP in OECD countries, and in the U.K. averages GBP 280 bn annually....
Sustainable Procurement Goals Top the Agenda at the EcoVadis Scientific Committee Meeting