This video is the core part of URBACT Online Course on Gender Responsive Public Procurement.
After showing how gender responsive procurement is legal, fair, strategic and cost-efficient, Sally and Matthew detail how cities can implement gender responsive public procurement processes in practice. The video follows the 6 steps of the procurement cycle : identifying outcomes, spend analysis, commissioning, tendering and decision-making, and monitoring.
>>> Watch the full URBACT Online Course on Strategic Procurement explaining how to use procurement as a lever to achieve wider societal and environmental goals:
- Introductory modules : Why is public procurement important? ; The EU policy framework
- The procurement cycle: Spend analysis ; Identifying outcomes ; Commissioning ; Tendering and decision-making ; Contract monitoring
Importance of legal, regulatory and policy frameworks
- Tool 1: Self-assessment questionnaire about the legal, regulatory and policy frameworks
- Tool 2: Overview of the legislative, regulatory and policy frameworks relevant for GRPP in the 27 EU Member States
- Tool 3: Decision tree to assess the gender relevance of public contracts
- Tool 4: Guiding questions for needs assessment / preliminary market consultations
- Tool 5: Decision tree for the choice of procedure for GRPP
- Tool 6: Guiding questions for dividing contracts into lots for GRPP
- Tool 7: Guiding questions for applying GRPP under the light regime – designing healthcare and social care service contracts with a gender perspective
- Tool 8: Guiding questions for applying GRPP under the light regime – improving working conditions in healthcare and social care services by means of public procurement
- Tool 9: Decision tree for setting GRPP selection criteria, technical specifications and/or award criteria
- Tool 10: Formulating GRPP award criteria
- Tool 12: Checklist for including GRPP contract performance conditions
- Tool 13: Template for a GRPP monitoring and reporting plan
*URBACT Online Course on Gender Responsive Public Procurement is based on the original toolkit financed by and prepared by the European Institute for Gender Equality. The content of this module does not necessarily reflect the position or opinions of the European Institute for Gender Equality”.