This guide, published by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister in 2004 provides detail into the benefits of e-procurement.
The PPAPC produced 14 Commodity Information Sheets; Banking, Beauty, Beverages, Cleaning, Clothing, Electronics, Fruit, Oil&Gas, Paper, Plastics, Seafood, Steel, Timber,...
A link to find the full details of the EU single market, public procurement guidance.
In October 2012 Glasgow Caledonian University hosted a Sustainable Procurement Topic Support Network focussed on Scope 3 Supply Chain (procurement) emissions.
E-procurement (electronic procurement) refers to the purchase and sale of supplies, goods and services through the internet or other information and networking systems.
The Government Buying Standards (formerly the Buy Sustainable - Quick Wins) have been designed to make it easier for government buyers to buy sustainably.
The Flexible Framework is a self-assessment mechanism by Sustainable Procurement Task Force, allowing organisations to measure and monitor sustainable procurement progress.
This resource takes you to a page on the Carbon Trust's website which outlines the support offered to public sector bodies.
Rutgers have a Green Contract Language document and a example of a letter that went out to their Preferred Vendors requesting information on their company's Green...