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Has the department incorporated environmental performance considerations in its procurement decision-making processes?
Summary of initiatives to incorporate environmental performance considerations in procurement decision-making processes:
CIC has made training on Green Procurement a mandatory requisite for all Procurement and Contracting Officers. Green Procurement is also a component of the presentations on green procurement to administrative assistants.
CIC’s SAP purchasing module allows identification and tracking of green purchases and the departmental Procurement and Contracting Manual includes green procurement as a consideration in planning procurements.
Contributions to facilitate government-wide implementation of green procurement:
All procurement officers will complete Green Considerations in Procurement (C215 Campus Direct) by end of fiscal year 2010–2011.
CIC is aligning itself with Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) initiatives and communicates subject matter to the Department on the website where guidance, direction, policy and training are available.
Has the department established green procurement targets?
Summary of green procurement targets:
CIC’s green procurement targets include: