The KEINO Competence Centre aims to provide opportunities for collaboration and networking between procurement professionals and public actors involved in procurement, as well as businesses. In addition, we provide information about diverse procurement networks.
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KEINO change agents (KEINO-muutosagentti in Finnish) act as the local focal point for the competence centre, bringing KEINO's activities and support closer to public procurers locally. The work of KEINO change agents is funded by KEINO and their mission is to: 1. provide the centre with information
Why is a strategic approach to public procurement important? Public procurement has a significant leverage effect on the economy and in addressing social and environmental challenges. The European directives identify this strategic approach to public procurement. The effectiveness of public spend
Motiva Oy acts as the coordinator of the Competence Centre and is responsible for its operations. In addition, Motiva is responsible for the competence development and peer support focus area, the activities of several development teams and the piloting of the Green Deal model. Responsible manager
In 2017 In 2017, the Finnish Environment Institute SYKE carried out a survey to map the current state of sustainable public procurement in Finnish municipalities. Information was gathered using questionnaires, interviews, document analysis (strategies, guidelines, invitations to tender published in
The KEINO Competence Centre for Sustainable and Innovative Public Procurement surveyed in 2018 the solutions that are innovative/new to the procurer and the procurement thereof in Finland. The content below is based on the survey. Nearly 30% of the respondents who took part in the survey carried out