Sustainable U.S. Government Procurement - Current StatePrior to President Biden's new climate change and sustainability Executive Orders, there were policies and programs in place embracing sustainability principles such as fuel economy, green buildings, and pollution reduction. In the first webinar of the series, we cover what is already in place and available to government procurement and review the state of private sector efforts. The discussion will expand on the tyranny of low price over life cycle, or total ownership, cost as sustainment and disposal costs rise.
Credits: 1 CPE/CLP / .1 CEU
Series: Leading organizations already have moved out on climate change and sustainable procurement efforts, and other G7 countries are ahead of the U.S. in policy and practice. The Administration has issued Executive Orders and taken actions intended to make the U.S. a leader.
To achieve the goals, our profession must learn a new vocabulary, experiment with different approaches, and evolve policies, practices, and priorities in the epic struggle for our planet's future.
What do Executive Orders and policies mean to the profession and what we do as contract management and acquisition professionals?
This series begins that journey with dialog in a neutral forum to explore what is already in place for Government buyers and sellers, agree on what is required to achieve the administration's goals, and do what our community does best: engage in deliberative dialog on how we take up the charge.
View sustainability resources and information on the multipart series.
- 3.4 - Regulatory Compliance
- 3.5 - Situational Assessment
Intended Audience: Contract management and acquisition community
Cost: This is a free webinar for all. Registration requires the creation of a free user account if not already a member or registered user.
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