Discover the University of Zaragoza, one of PPI4Waste project partners. With more than five hundred years of history, the University of Zaragoza (UniZar) is one of the most established universities in Spain. UniZar research team involved in the PPI4Waste project is made up of the researchers linked to the Spanish Observatory of Public Procurement (Obcp), located at the Law School of the University of Zaragoza.Read more
A discussion group, “Innovative waste management solutions and resource efficiency“, has been created on the Procurement Forum as a discussion platform for the Interest Group of the PPI4Waste project. Discover what the latest discussions of this group are.Read more
In June 2016, the DG GROW of the European Commission published a report entitled “Study on “Strategic use of public procurement in promoting green, social and innovation policies”” providing interesting information about public procurement in 10 countries of the European Union.Read more
In the framework of the PAPIRUS project (Public Administration Procurement Innovation to Reach Ultimate Sustainability), a pilot initiative in the field of public procurement of innovation funded by the European Union Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme, a free e-learning course on Public Procurement of Innovation has been launched.Read more
PAPIRUS project Consortium Final Project Conference will take place on 29th September 2016 in Bilbao, Spain.
During the conference public procurers who have implemented Public Procurement of Innovation and experts in the field will present their case studies and share their experience on Innovation Procurement.Read more
ACR+ took part in the 7th European Summit of Regions and Cities held on 8 and 9 July 2016 in Bratislava. During the session “Investment in Motion” ACR+ made a video presentation about the activities of the Circular Europe Network, the PPI4Waste project on public procurement of innovation in the field of waste management and resource efficiency, and on the LIFE Future project about green public procurement for urban furniture.Read more
A new report of the PPI4Waste project, the State of the Art of Emerging Solutions, is now available online!
This report has been elaborated in the framework of the preparation activities of the PPI4Waste project defining needs, goals and improvement opportunities of functional performances with the objective – amongst others – of making procedural knowledge of innovation procurement widely available.Read more