Wybór najtańszej oferty nie zawsze oznacza gospodarność w dysponowaniu środkami publicznymi.
Report: Public Procurement
The Social Economy, Public Procurement and Public-Social Partnership in Europe, Francesco De Rosa, DIESIS/FISE, Brussels/Warsaw 2008
Few words from Introducion
Sustainable development should become the main objective in all
sectors and policies, and all proposals should be evaluated not
only according to their economic impact, but also according to
their environmental and social aspects. In particular, (...) public
procurement policies can make an important contribution to the
realisation of sustainable development by speeding up the diffusion
of new and safer technologies, promoting the development of
environmentally friendly services and products, and ensuring equal
opportunities for all citizens.
Francesco De Rosa, DIESIS
This report was published as part of the project ‘PROMES - Promotion of Social Economy’ realized with funding from the European Social Fund EQUAL Initiative.
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