Brochures on best practices and capacity building published

The SPICE project finalised two brochures - one on best practices and one on capacity building - at the beginning of May 2018. The Best Practices brochure concisely presents some of the best practices in procurement that were collected throughout the SPICE project...

SPICE Webinar | The Pros and Cons of Joint Procurement

As Folkert Bloembergen, one of the speakers at the 7th SPICE webinar on 22nd February, remarked: “Making the innovation leap together remains a challenge”. That’s why the objective of the SPICE project to bring together public authorities to share their experiences in...

SPICE Webinar: How to use Joint Procurement to Encourage Innovation?

Thursday 22 February 2018 14:oo – 15:oo (CET) Please register here. Common (or joint) procurement is the cooperation of two or more authorities in a procurement process. Hosted by the SPICE project, this webinar will provide a brief introduction to joint procurement...

Invitation for Collaboration | SPICE Common Buyers Group

[Letter from the SPICE project coordinator] Dear Sir / Madam, As part of the European Union funded project SPICE (Smart Procurement of Better Transport: http://spice-project.eu/), we help public authorities share their experiences of procuring innovative sustainable...

D4.1 Best Practices in Common Procurements

The SPICE project deliverable D4.1 is now added to the SPICE library. The aim of the deliverable D.4.1 is to give a first overview on joint procurement and give a definition of the concept of Common Buyers Groups in the context of SPICE. The report draws the big...

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