Procura+ webinars provide practical knowledge on emerging and important topics in SPP. With a focus on real life examples from Procura+ Participants , they are a chance to find out about best practices within the network and the potential for further connections and exchange.
Thursday 27 April 2017, 14:00 – 15:30
Réseau Grand Ouest (RGO) is a sustainable public procurement of innovation network with around 100 members - all public authorities from the West of France. Founded in 2006, the main priority for RGO has been to help public authorities to integrate social and environmental criteria in their tenders and to stimulate exchange of good practice and knowledge between its members. This webinar explores how RGO has successfully increased SPP in its membership base and examines specific case studies of SPP policy and action from public authorities in the region.
14:00 - 14:05 Introduction (Philipp Tepper, ICLEI)
14:05 - 14:30 Réseau Grand Ouest: increasing SPP through a regional network (Laurence Cesbron, RGO Network)
14:30 - 14:55 SPP in action: Tender for green electricity (Pierre Crepeaux, City of Lorient)
14:55 - 15:20 SPP Policy and approach: City of Nantes (Patricia Dupré-Cormerais, City of Nantes)
15:20 - 15:30 Final questions for presenters
22 November 2016
This webinar explored the different approaches and experiences of Procura+ Participants to engaging with suppliers, using examples of successful processes and actions to show how it can work. You can view the presentations below:
11 May 2016
This webinar explored best practice, success stories and key techniques for effective SPP monitoring. After an introduction to SPP monitoring at European policy level from Robert Kaukewitsch of DG Environment, the following expert presentations were made:
29 October 2015
This webinar examined the use of intelligent award criteria to further increase the level of energy efficiency stimulated in ICT and printing products and services. You can view the presentations below:
7 May 2014
Watch key speakers from across Europe talking about the differences of linear and circular economies, requirements for public procurers and innovative new approaches.
Listen in to the discussion among European experts and find the presentations below: