GSA wants vendor input on sustainability


The General Services Administration wants input from contractors and businesses about how to build sustainability into procurements.

From GSA:

In the Federal Acquisition Service, we have been piloting the introduction of sustainability considerations into our procurements, particularly into the Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative solutions. In addition to green product requirements, we’ve been looking at distribution networks, product takeback, and packaging reduction. Keeping in mind that more than 75% of our vendors are small businesses and that we want to be consistent with commercial practices, what else do you think we should be specifying to make a purchase “sustainable”?  Should we look at vendor practices and if so, which ones?

Those interested in giving feedback can go here.


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