Short survey for the identification of case studies on socially responsible or sustainable procurement
Please fill it in by March 3:

The purpose of this questionnaire is to assist AEIDL with the implementation of DG Environment contract on an EU Helpdesk on Green Public Procurement. 
We are looking for possible good practice cases of public procurement procedures that integrate social considerations or, even better, social and environmental considerations. We will consider only contracts that have been awarded and for which some information on the social and environmental impacts is available. 

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Email *
Country *
Name of contracting authority / Organisation: *
Product or service sector covered by the procurement procedures: *
Please speficy the procurement objective *
Why is it a good practice? Which social (& green) aspects does it cover? *
Please include link to tender documents: *
When was the contract awarded? *
Please indicate your name: *
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