Sustainable Public Procurement with impact starts here
Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) means utilising your procurement to achieve greater sustainability and avoid a negative environmental and social impact. With the aid of this tool, you will quickly collect the latest SPP criteria for your procurement document. The tool works best when SPP ambitions have been defined in advance. See About MVI criteria for more information.
This cluster includes all the means of communication your employees need to be able to complete their tasks, from computers to telephones and from scanners to printers. Hardware and networks also come under this cluster.
Any activities (construction, reconstruction and maintenance) within hydraulic engineering, road building, installation technology and industrial automation come under the Civil and Hydraulic Engineering cluster. Activities in public spaces are also included under Civil and Hydraulic Engineering.
Vending machines, workwear and workwear cleaning services, cleaning services, catering, meeting and accommodation facilities, printing services, paper, office supplies and office furniture come under this cluster.
The Transport and Transportation cluster deals with means of transport and transport services that the authorities procure in sizeable quantities, such as service cars, transport services and contract transport (school transport, transport to and from a gym or swimming pool and transport on demand).