Tími: Miðvikudagur 19. október 2016.
Kennari: Dr. Marta Andrecka lektor við Centre for Enterprise Liability, Lagadeild Kaupmannahafnarháskóla.
Staðsetning: Nánar auglýst síðar.
Skráning - Námskeið haldið í samvinnu við Ríkiskaup.
The global value of public procurement spending is enormous. Just the OECD countries alone spend a total of €1000 billion per year. This represents on average 17% of their GDP per country. Within specific industry sectors, the sheer scale of public procurement spending and their supplier selection decisions, can literally create and shape a market and impact lives of citizens across the country at large. These days, public procurement is no longer just about buying the cheapest possible works/supplies or services. Instead, the new sustainable Procurement is understood as a process whereby organizations meet their needs for goods, services, works and utilities in a way that achieves value for money on a lifetime basis in terms of generating benefits not only to the organization, but also to society and the economy, whilst minimizing damage to the environment. The sustainability agenda has been broadly discussed by the European Union in regards to promotion of green and socially conscious governmental contracting. However, due to deficiency in regulating legislation, administrative pressures and lack of training, sustainable procurement methodology, coupled with the lack of accountability on CSR policies, is not used as often as desired.
As a result of attending this workshop participants will:
- Gain an insight into how sustainable procurement considerations including CSR may be incorporated to the procurement process
- Understand the challenges and limitations in social consideration incorporations in procurement
- Recognise the critical importance of human rights protection in procurement
Topics to be covered include:
- Different faces of sustainable procurement and successful case studies
- What type of social considerations are relevant for procurement and how to include them
- Relevance of Human Rights in procurement
- What are the challenges, pitfalls and risks when considering CSR, social and human rights aspects in procurement
Dr Marta Andrecka is an Assistant Professor/PhD/Master of Laws at the Centre for Enterprise Liability, Faculty of Law, Copenhagen University as well as public procurement consultant. Dr Andrecka specialises in procurement practises, research and academia across the profession. Dr Andrecka has provided independent insight to key projects, amongst others, for the European Commission, Danish Institute for Human Rights, Swedish Purchasing Consortium, Public Procurement Analysis (London) and Rambøll Management Consulting (Copenhagen) and multiple universities. Dr. Andrecka is also the co-founder of Scientific Support for PPP in Poland.
Before taking up her present position she conducted a PhD and fellowship at Aarhus University in Denmark and performed a research stay at Murdoch University, Western Australia. Marta undertakes teaching and research in public procurement law, Public-Private Partnerships and European Union Law. Throughout her projects she gained in-depth knowledge of the legal aspects of public procurement in regards to framework agreements, sustainable procurement, complex contracts as well as centralization of the procurement.