Espace québécois de concertation sur les pratiques d’approvisionnement responsable (ECPAR), a non-profit organization based in Montreal, Quebec, promotes and supports corporate, government and institutional sustainable purchasing.
ECPAR is currently trying to engage companies and governmental institutions across Canada to take part in their 2016 Responsible Procurement Barometer survey. Completing the questionnaire (about 30 minutes) will provide each organization with a summary of its procurement performance and help understand how they measure up to the Canadian market.
In Quebec, 66% of procurement managers replied in a 2012 study that they included socio-environmental criteria in their procurement practices. What does the situation look like in the Canadian context today?
ECPAR’s study aims to measure the practices and record the progress of responsible procurement in Canada.
Deadline to participate is April 29th
Gain access to a personalized summary of the procurement performance of your organization enabling you to understand how you measure up to the market.
Who should participate?
Canadian public and private organizations with an annual volume of purchases of $50 million or more*
The survey must be filled out by the procurement manager(s), in collaboration with the sustainable development/environment team, if necessary. Please forward this to the responsible entities!
How to participate?
Simply complete the online questionnaire by April 29, 2016.
This study is led by Espace québécois de concertation sur les pratiques d’approvisionnement responsable (ECPAR), in collaboration with the Marcelle-Mallet Research Chair at Laval University as well as the International Reference Centre for the Life Cycle of Products, Processes and Services (CIRAIG).