GREEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT
A HUNGARIAN CASE
Dóra Kovács
Head of Department
Department of International Relations and Trainin...
Role of the Public Procurement Authority
in „greening” public procurements
– Dissemination of information
Home page – Gree...
Statistics on green procurements
─ Source: contract award notices sent to the PP Authority
V.2.2) Environmental requiremen...
Green procurements in Hungary under
the EU thresholds (2012)
6th November 2013.4.
Type of the
contracting
authority
Total ...
Green procurements in Hungary under
the EU thresholds (2012)
6th November 2013.5.
Subject
matter of the
procurement
Total ...
Public Procurement and Supply Directorate
Central purchasing body under the control of the government
Conduct centralised ...
Public Procurement and Supply Directorate
Green procurements
2013: 6 green procedures planned (aggregated value HUF 129.5 ...
Public Procurement and Supply Directorate
Green requirements
– Procurement of paper and stationary products
Environmentall...
Public Procurement and Supply Directorate
Key lessons learned
 the public procurement market (including the centralized p...
Thank you for your attention!
kovacs.dora@kt.hu
nemzetkozi@kt.hu
6th November 2013.10.
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Presentation by Dóra Kovács, Head of Department, Department of International Relations and Training, Public Procurement Authority, Hungary at the OECD-UNEP Joint Working Group on Promoting Best Green Procurement Practices on 6 November 2013. More information at www.oecd.org/gov/ethics/unep-oecd-joint-working-group-gpp-6-november-2013.htm

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Green Public Procurement: A Hungarian Case - Dóra Kovács

  1. 1. GREEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT A HUNGARIAN CASE Dóra Kovács Head of Department Department of International Relations and Training Public Procurement Authority, Hungary 6th November 2013.
  2. 2. Role of the Public Procurement Authority in „greening” public procurements – Dissemination of information Home page – Green procurement page – Trainings – Conferences – Collection of green statistics – Find best practice examples 6th November 2013.2.
  3. 3. Statistics on green procurements ─ Source: contract award notices sent to the PP Authority V.2.2) Environmental requirements were given in the procedure: ( ) as a contract clause ( ) as an award criterion ( ) as part of the technical specification ( ) as a selection criterion. ─ Scope: procurements launched in the national regime (under the EU thresholds – EU notices do not contain such information) 6th November 2013.3.
  4. 4. Green procurements in Hungary under the EU thresholds (2012) 6th November 2013.4. Type of the contracting authority Total number of procedures Number of green procedures % Total value of procedures (HUF) Value of green procedures (HUF) % Central CA 913 72 7,9% 28 380 043 539 4 143 665 685 14,6% Contracting entity in the utilities sector 104 17 16,3% 7 717 542 017 2 236 100 064 29,0% Regional/local level CA 2329 279 12,0% 119 779 940 348 30 661 072 669 25,6% Body governed by public law 772 43 5,6% 28 185 489 640 3 226 264 967 11,4% Other 483 54 11,2% 12 665 819 065 2 052 556 923 16,2% Total 4601 465 10,1% 196 728 834 609 42 319 660 308 21,5%
  5. 5. Green procurements in Hungary under the EU thresholds (2012) 6th November 2013.5. Subject matter of the procurement Total number of procedures Number of green procedures % Total value of procedures (HUF) Value of green procedures (HUF) % Supplies 1070 43 4,0% 21 195 531 714 905 340 644 4,3% Works 1685 255 15,1% 136 071 913 159 37 425 665 953 27,5% Services 1845 167 9,1% 39 443 940 130 3 988 653 711 10,1% Service concessions 1 0 0,0% 17 449 606 - 0,0% Total 4601 465 10,1% 196 728 834 609 42 319 660 308 21,5%
  6. 6. Public Procurement and Supply Directorate Central purchasing body under the control of the government Conduct centralised procurement procedures, conclude framework agreements for specific products/services: – Communication services and tools – IT systems and services – Office technology and services – Office furniture – Stationary products and paper – Vehicles – Fuels – Travel organization – Electronic public procurement services – electronic auction service The use of the centralised procurement system is obligatory for the organs belonging to the central government. (the ministries, the Prime Minister’s Office, the organizations with a national competence and other bodies included in an own chapter of the Central Budget Act (CBA), budgetary organs managing social security funds having a national jurisdiction, furthermore, the organizations and persons having other authorization defined in the chapters of the CBA, and budgetary organs being under the control of the afore-mentioned bodies) 6th November 2013.6.
  7. 7. Public Procurement and Supply Directorate Green procurements 2013: 6 green procedures planned (aggregated value HUF 129.5 billion – EUR 432 million) 1 paper and stationary (HUF 5.5 billion – EUR 18 million) 4 IT (HUF 118 billion – EUR 393 million) 1 fuel (HUF 6 billion – EUR 20 million) The terms of the contracts: 24 and 48 months. 5 open, 1 negotiated procedure with a prior publication of a contract notice. 6th November 2013.7.
  8. 8. Public Procurement and Supply Directorate Green requirements – Procurement of paper and stationary products Environmentally friendly products (envelopes, folders and other paper products for office purposes); environmental management standard (ISO 14001); technical specifications: environmental labels (FSC, NordicSwan, Blue Angel), ecolabels, recycling. – IT procurements EU standards; energy consumption (standby and switched off mode); noise level; waste management (delivery, recycling, extermination); remanufactured products. – Fuel procurement EU standards and environmental, sustainability criteria; alternative fuels (biodiesel, bioethanol). 6th November 2013.8.
  9. 9. Public Procurement and Supply Directorate Key lessons learned  the public procurement market (including the centralized public procurement market) is an efficient tool in creating an environmentally friendly attitude and to promote environmentally friendly products;  in order to achieve the targets it is important to set social and state requirements being in compliance with economical interests (cost efficiency, favourable tender prices);  while conducting green public procurement procedures it is really important to take into consideration the effects taken by products and necessities (fixings) on each other (for instance the printer and the paper or the compatibility of the fuel and the motor-vehicle);  it is important to define the methods aiming to promote groups of products (for instance the barter of anachronistic products). 6th November 2013.9.
  10. 10. Thank you for your attention! kovacs.dora@kt.hu nemzetkozi@kt.hu 6th November 2013.10.

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