Lithuania is among the nine countries with public procurement policies and implementation is rated as medium and high. This was announced in a report by the United Nations (UN), which last year for the first time assessed 40 countries in the field of public procurement. These results reflect Lithuania’s ambition to create a sustainable environment and achieve the goals of sustainable development.
This category is the highest that the participating countries have received. The evaluation took into account the action plan, regulation, and aid measures to achieve environmental, social and economic objectives in public procurement. Also, how the parties in practice succeed in achieving real results.
The review notes that when regulating public procurement in Lithuania, it is necessary to allocate more to the final benefits and the implementation of the final goals. Along with Lithuania, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Portugal and the USA received medium and high marks.
The Public Procurement Office (PPP) constantly provides methodological assistance for the hearing of sustainable procurement and wants closer cooperation not only with public authorities, but also with the implementation of procurement, from which it wishes to obtain a procurement organization, its concept is born.
When it comes to sustainable procurement, VPN first needs to look at why I should do it, what benefits it can bring and where to find good examples. What matters is every sustainable purchase, the value of each, then it is important to capture them.
Sustainable public procurement includes green, social and innovative procurement, with greens predominating.
Briefly and clearly about the goals, possible actions, each of our contributions in this area in the most important fairy tale tutorial video that can be viewed VPN Youtube channel.
Information from the Ministry of Environment