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procura+ awards 2020

The shortlisted Procura+ Award candidates have been announced in all four categories: Innovation Procurement of the year, Outstanding Innovation Procurement in ICT, Sustainable Procurement of the Year, and Procurement Initiative of the year. Check more information about the shorlisted procurements here.


Shortlist - Innovation Procurement of the Year

Recognising outstanding innovation of the procurement and the public authority as a launch customer.
- CONSIP, Italy: Medical equipment as a service
- Malmö, Sweden: Innovation ICT procurement to promote sustainable and fair supply chains
- Koprivnica, Croatia: Innovation partnership for selective demolition
- Galician health services, Spain: Improving patient well-being and recovery through innovation procurement

Shortlist - Outstanding Innovation Procurement in ICT

Recognising the outstanding application of Procurement of Innovation and Pre-commercial procurement of ICT.
- FABULOS project: PCP for on-demand driverless public transport
- Sarastia Oy, Finland: Letting algorithms do the paperwork
- BIG, Austria: Developing ICT solutions for smart and efficient building management
- PPI4HPC: Bringing computing services to the next level for excellent research


Shortlist - Sustainable Procurement of the Year

Recognising the outstanding environmental, social and economic impacts of the procurement.
- KAMP C, Belgium: Aiming for the sky in circular construction
- Ottignies, Belgium: Promoting organic agriculture and combating food waste through procurement
- Brittany Region, France: Creating a local circular economy in construction and demolition
- Pays de la Loire, France: Connecting the local community to circular reconstruction of a high school
- Torres Vedras, Portugal: Healthy and fresh food for schools in the region


Shortlist - Procurement Initiative of the Year

Recognising outstanding processes and actions towards strategic, sustainable and innovation procurement.
- University of Edinburgh, Scotland: Embedding sustainable and innovation procurement within the university community
- Haarlem, the Netherlands: A cooperative approach to supplier management to achieve a circular and sustainable city
- BBG, Austria: Combining innovation and sustainability competence centres to bring procurement to the next level
- Copenhagen, Denmark: Towards city-wide zero-emission delivery of goods and services