Probis Highlights leaflet
The present brochure content a brief explication of the Project aim, participating partners and expected results.
The present postcard content a brief explication of the Project aim, participating partners and expected results.
FosterREG aims at enhancing public capacity at local, regional and national levels to plan, finance and manage integrated urban regeneration for sustainable energy uptake, through capacity building, promotion and articulation of effective multilevel coordination, and national as well as European network strengthening.
Synchro is an innovative European project to develop a smart road system, from road/car sensors to smart data collection. A new business opportunity for SMEs to access a transnational tender. The project is co-funded by the EU Commission through CIP – Competitiveness Innovation Programme (Public procurement of innovation).
Effective waste management is heavily dependent on the development of innovative solutions for waste collection and treatment. This is where public procurement comes in: it can act as a key instrument to galvanise the market in order to preserve and recycle material resources. Public procurement of innovation (PPI), particularly, is a way to encourage the development of new, more efficient solutions.
The TECNOPORT2025 Project aims to develop an innovative, open and collaborative product, designed to meet the opportunities and needs of the different actors and users of the services of the Port Authority: logistics operators and chains, shippers, carriers, agents, shipping lines, rail operators, pilots, management and administration services, auxiliary companies, clients, suppliers, etc.
The INNODEMANDA programme is a financing instrument which supports technology bids taking part in the public purchase of innovation processes. Funds will be given to companies to cover innovation costs so that the public body pays the same amount as if it bought the already developed technology, in this way, affording greater exposure of these companies’ products and services in the Administration.
The Observatory of Public Procurement is a meeting point where professionals of this field can debate and analyse the novelties incorporated to the legal regulations, as well as develop new proposals for action to modernise public procurement and bring into life the principles of efficiency, integrity and good administration.
The Ministry of Science and Innovation publishes the “Guide 2.0 for public procurement of innovation” aimed at the Government Agencies and other public contracting organisations and institutions to ensure the best and more suitable implementation of the procedures of procurement and contract awarding in innovative public procurement both for Public Procurement of Innovative Technology (PPIT) and Pre-commercial Public Procurement (PPP), two different instruments aimed at the promotion of an innovative policy.
The EU GPP criteria are developed to facilitate the inclusion of green requirements in public tender documents. While the adopted EU GPP criteria aim to reach a good balance between environmental performance, cost considerations, market availability and ease of verification, procuring authorities may choose, according to their needs and ambition level, to include all or only certain requirements in their tender documents.