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Reducing energy use of data centres through innovation procurement
Data centres might be easy to forget about, but they have become central to our everyday lives, acting as the hubs of our increasingly digitally powered societies - and consuming an enormous amount of energy in the process. Global demand for energy...
Digital transformation of procurement prioritised by Commission
Digital transformation is a significant trend in public procurement with the potential to radically alter the way public authorities will make future purchases. From e-procurement to outcome-based and data-driven decision making, digital...
European Commission publishes innovation procurement guidance
New guidance has been published by the European Commission's DG GROW, addressing the fundamental aspects of innovation procurement - why it is important, who should be interested, and most importantly, how it can be done. The guidance is based...
EcoProcura 2018: Four days left to submit to call for contributions
With only four days left until the call for contributions closes, don’t miss the opportunity to showcase your work to attendees from across Europe and other world regions at EcoProcura 2018 – a three day conference on sustainable,...
PRIMO Forum focuses on procurement innovation and strategy
Procurement innovation was the central theme of this year's Procurement, Integrity, Management and Openess (PRIMO) Forum, held between May 8-10 in Bucarest, Romania. Hosted by the Government of Romania, around 100 participants took part in the...
More ambition encouraged for the new Clean Vehicles Directive
The Clean Vehicles Directive was first introduced by the European Commission in 2009 in order to promote innovation and help accelerate the transition to low- and zero emission vehicles by requiring public authorities to take energy consumption and...