Pathways towards sustainable public procurement: success factors drawn from pioneering municipalities in Germany and Europe

Müngersdorff, Maximilian / Tim Stoffel
External Publications (2020)

published on blogs.die-gdi.de 24.09.2020

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Through their purchasing activities, municipalities have a powerful lever at their disposal for promoting fair working and living conditions. Applied consistently, socially responsible procurement by municipalities can contribute significantly to implementing the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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