Open Data & Measuring Progress
We believe all public procurement should be sustainable and open. Recently, with our partners Open Contracting and Public, we launched a new toolkit, to assist businesses with open data that drives sustainable public procurement implementation and measures sustainability outcomes.
Over the course of the next week, we will introduce you to the toolkit including an overview of general data collection considerations and options on how to use data to measure progress across different goals.
We then turn the five goals from our M&E framework <link> into five worked examples of how to use open data to measure progress in: (1) SPP uptake, (2) carbon reduction, (3) gender inclusion, (4) economic development, and (5) promoting life cycle costing.
£900k Government Fund To Help Charities Win Public Contracts.
New EU Procurement Instrument Now Law.
Blacklisting Gets Tested.
UK Risks Its Place On Anti-Corruption Body
Thurrock Exposes Transparency Blind Spot
New Zealand Government Reviewing Procurement System.
Collecting Data For Sustainable Procurement In Construction
Selecting Data For Sustainable Procurement In Construction
Setting A Sustainable Procurement Framework For Construction
Big Net Zero Contract Win For Small Cornish Business
Supporting Sustainable Procurement In ICT
Why Is Sustainable Procurement Important For The ICT Sector?
Shifts Towards Sustainable Sourcing
Supporting Sustainable Procurement In The Construction Industry
Why Is Open SPP Important In The Construction Sector?
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