About this good practice
The document illustrates the planned activities for green public procurement within the regional administration and in the territory, also defining economic resources and funding channels.
Evidence of success
The implementation of PAPERS was supported by an extensive information campaign through the dissemination of information leaflets and technical glossaries, the synergy with industry events, and the use of media and social networks. Training seminars and technical in-depth workshops were held.
Sectoral action plans have been defined for the construction, tourism and agro-food sectors, starting from the cross-cutting of green public procurement and aiming to define the lines of action to be imple
Potential for learning or transfer
31 technical assistance meetings held;
14 address documents prepared;
11 follow-up meetings held;
24 days of coaching carried out;
70 technical workshops held;
24 training seminars held;
17 preparatory meetings held;
22 “standard” tenders held for the procurement of products, services and public works