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  • Welcome to the Think London Webinar The 2012 Games – Procurement and Sustainability We will commence in a few minutes
  • Welcome to the Think London Webinar The 2012 Games – Procurement and Sustainability Janet Coyle, Head of 2012, Think London
  • Thank you to our partners:
  • Thank you to our partners:
  • The 2012 Games – Procurement and Sustainability Gerry Walsh Procurement Director, LOCOG Laurie Neville Procurement Programme Manager, LOCOG 21 st January 2010
  • Agenda
    • Overview of London 2012
    • LOCOG’s procurement approach
    • Sustainability within the procurement process
    • Summary
    • ODA
      • Building the infrastructure and permanent venues
      • Publicly funded
      • Budget of £9.3bn
    • LOCOG
      • Staging the event
      • Commercially funded
      • Budget of £2bn
    London 2012 delivered by two organisations
    • 205 countries
    • 15,000 athletes
    • 20,000 media
    • Up to 70,000 volunteers
    • 5,000 Games family
    • Over 9 million tickets
    • 26 Olympic sports in 34 venues
    • 20 Paralympic sports in 21 venues
    • 771 medal ceremonies
    • 16,800 shuttlecocks
    • 14 million meals to be served
    Wimbledon Tennis Wembley Football North Greenwich Arena Basketball (Finals), Gymnastics Horse Guards Parade Beach Volleyball Lord’s Cricket Ground Archery London 2012 figures
  • LOCOG has integrated the planning of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games 918 days to go until the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony 27 th July – 9 th September 2012
  • London 2012 would like to thank our partners for their support Worldwide partners Official UK partners Official UK supporters Official UK suppliers and providers
  • Agenda
    • Overview of London 2012
    • LOCOG’s procurement approach
    • Sustainability within the procurement process
    • Summary
  • LOCOG – Procurement Governance Model
  • Our key procurement principles are supported by a range of documents and tools
    • Sustainability – LOCOG Sustainable Sourcing Code
    • Diversity & Inclusion – LOCOG Diversity & Inclusion Business Charter
  • CompeteFor is used to publicise our business opportunities ‘ Online marketplace’
    • Buyer registration
    • Input & publish opportunities
    • Evaluate responses
    Buyers
    • Supplier registration
    • Publish profile
    • E-mail alerts for relevant opportunities
    Suppliers www.london2012.com/business
  • Prospective suppliers are encouraged to read our ITT Part 1
    • Available online at:
    • http://www.london2012.com/publications/locog-invitation-to-tender-itt-part-1-general-informatio.php
  • LOCOG – Procurement Categories Artists, Performance & Events Sports Security Technology Services Transport & Logistics Facilities Management & Catering Venues & Infrastructure
  • Agenda
    • Overview of London 2012
    • LOCOG’s procurement approach
    • Sustainability within the procurement process
    • Summary
  • What we mean by sustainable procurement?
    • Process whereby we meet our needs for goods, services, works and utilities in a way that achieves value for money on a whole life basis in terms of generating benefits not only to us, but also to:
      • Society
      • Economy
      • The environment
    • CIPS, May 2009
  • Sustainable Sourcing Code
    • Supports the continuing implementation of sustainable sourcing principles into supply chain management
    • Applies to all Suppliers and Licensees
        • Practical application through the tendering process
        • Also applies to indirect suppliers to LOCOG (i.e. Premiums)
        • Sets out our expectations of Suppliers and Licensees
    http://www.london2012.com/documents/locog-publications/sustainable-sourcing-code.pdf
  • What is covered?
      • Responsible Sourcing
        • ETI Base Code
        • Health & Safety
        • Diversity & Inclusion
      • Use of Secondary Materials
        • End use
        • Recycled Content
        • Packaging
      • Minimisation of Embodied Impacts
        • Minimise production / supply impacts wherever possible
      • “ Healthy” Materials
        • Restrict use of certain substances / materials
      • Responding to the Code
        • Declarations
        • Management Plans
        • Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange)
      • Core Obligations
        • Integration into business process
        • Community benefits
        • Disclosure of sites
        • Use of sub-contractors / third parties
        • Supply chain auditing clause
        • Communication and complaints
      • Spend Category Prioritisation
  • Spend prioritisation
    • Lists indicative spend categories and how they relate to areas of the Code, including:
        • Whether Sedex is mandatory or not
        • Supporting strategies and guidelines, e.g.
          • Food Vision
          • Event Guidelines, etc
      • Definitions used in the table:
        • 2 = high likelihood area will be assessed
        • 1 = potential to be assessed
        • 0 = unlikely to be assessed
  • Agenda
    • Overview of London 2012
    • LOCOG’s procurement approach
    • Sustainability within the procurement process
    • Summary
  • Summary – Key messages
    • LOCOG are an open, inclusive procurement organisation making use of CompeteFor to make business opportunities accessible
    • Sustainability is a key consideration within our procurement process, as detailed in the Sustainable Sourcing Code
    • We will place contracts to the value c£700m in the next two years
    • Our schedule of future procurement activity will be updated early Feb 2010
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  • Questions and Answers