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Public sector organizations are increasingly required to integrate sustainability into purchasing decisions. Leaders are successfully confronting challenges and turning this into an opportunity.
University's procurement department selected by CHESC as a sustainability leader for its innovative use of supplier sustainability ratings in partnership with EcoVadis
Fairfax County has partnered with EcoVadis to conduct CSR assessments
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The University of California UC Sustainable Procurement Policy, effective August 2018, has a goal of 25% Economic and Social Responsible (EaSR) spend in 5 years.
See how you can tackle greenhouse gas emissions at the heart of the problem, i.e., in the supply chain.
2020 Business Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: companies tend to focus on their own sustainability performance, but there are hidden risks existing throughout the supply base.
See key findings from the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings, which illustrates the sustainability performance of over 40,000 rated in 2015-2019.
As many as 76% of companies surveyed on how they’ve been impacted by COVID-19 say that sustainability has “somewhat” or “definitely” increased their resilience during the pandemic.
What if your procurement team could impact diversity and inclusion issues across the entire supply base, working to ensure that your suppliers address these more systemically through their policies...
The comparison and case for transitioning away from supplier self-assessment questionnaires toward verified sustainability ratings, to drive more shared value and engagement.
When investigating or preparing to launch an initiative in your company to monitor supplier Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices, risks and performance, a couple key questions you face...
Insights on ‘social and labor’ management system indicators (labor rights, work conditions, etc.) in the supply base, weak points that amplify disruptions, and building resilience to future crises.
COVID-19 pandemic has tested supply chain resilience to unprecedented levels but risks lurk in supply chains at all times. Lead sustainability performers fare much better during crises and beyond.
Insights from sustainable purchasing champions at eight U.S. and international companies on how to make the case for investment in your company’s sustainable purchasing program. Whitepaper by SPLC
While most procurement leaders focus their risk and CSR monitoring efforts on direct spend categories where their expertise, control and visibility are higher, indirect spend is a growing risk.