The Sustainable Public Procurement programme is excited to announce that the selection process for its new Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC) has been concluded.
1 November 2019
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The Sustainable Public Procurement programme of the One Planet network is excited to announce that the selection process for its new Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC) has been concluded. After careful consideration of all applications received as part of this process, the confirmed organizations that along with the Co-leads have been selected to form the SPP programme’s MAC for 2019-2021 include:

  • ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability (programme co-lead)
  • Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands (programme colead)
  • Environmental Development Center of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of China (programme co-lead)
  • UN Environment Programme (programme co-lead)
  • Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany
  • City of Malmö, Sweden, Chair of Procura+ Europe
  • Secretary of Environment and Sustainable Development of Argentina
  • Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council, USA
  • International Institute for Sustainable Development
  • Procurement Policy Office of Mauritius
  • Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute
  • Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • Recycling Council of Ontario, Canada
  • City of Tshwane, South Africa, Chair of Global Lead Cities Network on Sustainable Procurement
  • US Environmental Protection Agency
  • German Development Institute
  • NGO GoLOCAL, Ukraine
  • Public Procurement Authority, Ghana
  • Espace de concertation sur les pratiques d'approvisionnement responsable - ECPAR, Canada

 

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The MAC brings together a body of programme partners, who together with the co-leads commit to be actively contributing to the SPP Programme’s work plan with projects and contribution to interest groups. In their capacity, MAC members provide technical and strategic advice to the SPP Programme and support it by:

  • Ensuring coherence and evolution of the SPP Programme’s work plan
  • Proactively identifying collaborative projects, facilitating the initiation of activities such as sector or topic based Interest Groups
  • Communicating about funding opportunities for the SPP Programme and the One Planet Network Trust Fund
  • Advocating and raise awareness about the SPP Programme and its strategic objectives

The new MAC, consisting of 6 International organisations and institutions from 12 different countries, will kick-off its work in early 2020.

For the Sustainable Public Procurement Programme this committee is an excellent occasion for identifying and taking forward new streams of collaborative work and joint initiatives in the area of sustainable procurement. This form of collaboration is critical to bringing perspectives from different geographies and sectors into one conversation that can help us achieve the significant impact the world needs: shifting the focus of procurement from cost compliance to value creation and build evidence, develop methodologies, raise the global political profile for the topic and promote good practices on sustainable procurement.

We would like to thank all organisations that expressed interest in joining the MAC of the programme!

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