Visit other useful platforms to learn more about the Public Buyers Community, browse information tools on public procurement or connect with the European Commission.
The EXPP is established to advise the Commission on its policy on public procurement. It is composed of government representatives from all EU MS.The Group's task is to assist the Commission in the definition and development of the public procurement policy for the Internal Market, including its international dimension.
A joint initiative by the European Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee, the platform brings together stakeholders active in the broad field of the circular economy in Europe and bridges existing initiatives at local, regional and national level, and supports the implementation of the circular economy.
This observatory aims to become the “one stop” for all stakeholders – public sector officials, policy makers, private companies, academia – who search resources on latest trends and developments on how emerging technologies improve public sector operations and service delivery. The final aim is to contribute to public sector innovation and digitalisation.
The European Product Registry for Energy Labelling (EPREL) is a database of all product models covered by the energy labelling legislation. It provides selection and sorting tools to compare and identify the products on the EU market that best meet the procurer's specific needs and how many models are available for a given criteria.
Foresight is the discipline of exploring, anticipating and shaping the future to help building and using collective intelligence in a structured, and systemic way to anticipate developments. Strategic foresight, on the other hand, seeks to embed foresight into European Union policy-making. It builds on collective intelligence in a structured and systematic way to help better develop possible transition pathways, prepare the EU to withstand shocks and shape the future we want.