Can you help us find out how UK procurement professionals are currently working to create social, economic and environmental benefits via their procurement activity?
There is already a wide range of expertise out there, and we want to share best practice to create an extensive and readily available body of resources, enabling professionals and organisations to more effectively embed social, economic and environmental benefit creation into strategic and operating practices.
We need your help. By responding to this survey you will help us focus on the areas that require development.
and all the data will be anonymised when the results are published.
If you would like us to use your email address to send you a copy of the final results and updates on the Contract for Change Programme please indicate at the end of this survey.
By continuing you agree to take part in this survey.
Contract for Change is a thought leadership group created by Social Value UK to harness the know-how from procurement and sustainability and social value practitioners and embed this in mainstream practice.
This initiative is a major opportunity for the procurement profession to make a significant contribution to a national policy initiative which has implications at every level of society and within each of the organisations we work for and organisations we work with.
The group brings together volunteers from across civil society, the public and the private sectors to collaborate and embed the principles of social value into procurement and commissioning best practice.
If you would like to become a member of the group please contact
DEFINITION OF SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS
We appreciate that there are many different definitions that may attach to the different ways that we, as procurement professionals are creating social, economic and environmental benefits.
As well as social value these include, community benefits, societal benefits, sustainable development, added value, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and environmental, social and governance (ESG). However, for the purposes of this survey, we are using the term Social Value to encompass these and other descriptions.
1. What country are you based in? (Select One Answer)
2. What sector do you operate in? (Select One Answer)
Public Sector - Local Government
Public Sector - Central Government
Public Sector - NHS
Public Sector - Education
Public Sector - Emergency Services
Public Sector - Other
Not for Profit Organisation e.g. Voluntary Group/Community Group
Social Enterprise/CIC/Social Business
3. What size is your organisation? (Select One Answer)
Less than 10 employees
51 - 250 employees
More than 250 employees
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