Initiated and co-ordinated by ICLEI, Procura+ is a network of European public authorities and regions that connect, exchange and act on sustainable and innovation procurement. The combined knowledge and experience allows to provide advice, support and publicity to any public authority that wants to implement sustainable and innovation procurement.
The Procura+ Network offers participants the chance to exchange experiences and knowledge, both with fellow participants and other experts in sustainable public procurement.
SEMINARS: The Procura+ series of seminars provide an opportunity for face-to-face exchange on sustainable procurement. Participants include purchasers from all levels of governments, suppliers, policy-makers and multipliers. It is also the meeting space for all Procura+ European Sustainable Procurement Network participants.
WEBINARS: Procura+ webinars provide practical knowledge on emerging and important topics in SPP. With a focus on real life examples from Procura+ Participants, they are a chance to find out about best practices within the network and the potential for further connections and exchange.
ECOPROCURA: The EcoProcura conference series is the only European-wide forum to promote exchange and dialogue amongst purchasers from all levels of governments, suppliers, policy-makers and multipliers on strategies and the latest practical solutions on SPP.
INTEREST GROUPS bring together participants who wish to collaborate on a specific sustainable procurement topic of common interest. These could be broad topics such as market engagement or circular procurement, or could be sector specific topics such as effective procurement of organic school catering or energy efficient ICT.
AWARDS: The Procura+ Awards reward successful, already running, sustainable and innovative public procurements. These procurements lead to significant improvements of public goods, services, processes and infrastructure.
TWINNING: The Procura+ Network Twinning Programme involves two Procura+ Participants working in partnership to support each other in implementing sustainable procurement.