The Procure2Innovate project will improve institutional support for public procurers purchasing information and communication technologies (ICT), as well as acquiring products and services from a range of sectors that implement innovation procurement. The project will establish or expand competence centres for innovation procurement in 10 European Union countries: five are already established in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden; while five new competence centres will be established in Estonia, Greece, Ireland, Italy and Portugal.
EAFIP presented at the 6th Procure2Innovate partner meeting. Dr. Ramona Apostol and Mr. Stephan Corvers discussed the legal perspective on instruments for procurement of innovation.
For more information on Procure2Innovate, visit the project website.
The presentation is now available in pdf.