Developing a Framework for Enabling Sustainable Procurement

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Feng, Yingbin
Papastamoulis, Vasilios
Mohamed, sherif
Le, Tiendung
Caldera, Helessage
Zhang, Peng
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2021
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There is an increasing community expectation to support sustainable products and practices through the billions spent by government and industry in their commercial operations. It is challenging to be able to identify the products or services that genuinely support sustainable development goals, achieve the targeted outcomes and concurrently represent value-for-money in achieving those goals. Sustainable procurement involves a high degree of collaboration and engagement between all parties in a supply chain, which needs to be monitored to track the achievement of sustainability outcomes. This industry-driven research project will respond to identified industry challenges by examining key issues across the procurement life cycle (i.e., planning, sourcing, and contract management) to improve environmental, social and economic sustainability outcomes in the housing, building and infrastructure sectors in Australia.

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Environmental management
Environmentally sustainable engineering
Building construction management and project planning
Built environment and design
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Feng, Y; Papastamoulis, V; Mohamed, S; Le, T; Caldera, H; Zhang, P, Developing a Framework for Enabling Sustainable Procurement, 2021
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