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Part A: Green Procurement Capacity Building
Performance Measures For Part A:
1a. Number of procurement and materiel management staff with formal green procurement training (e.g., C215 or in-house tailored alternative) relative to total number of procurement and materiel management staff.
1b. Number of acquisition cardholders with formal green procurement training (e.g., C215 or in-house tailored alternative) relative to total number of acquisition cardholders.
2. Number of performance evaluations of managers and functional heads of procurement and materiel management that incorporate environmental considerations relative to total number of performance evaluations of managers and functional heads of procurement and materiel management.
3. Number of departmental procurement processes and controls that incorporate environmental considerations relative to total number of departmental procurement processes and controls that should address environmental considerations. Alternatively, departments can report on progress and plans to improve the integration of environmental considerations in management processes and controls relative to procurement.
|1a) Training for Procurement and Materiel Management Staff
|Existing staff who have not completed the online CSPS course (C215) will be required to do so by March 31, 2011. The course will be mandatory for any new procurement and materiel management staff.
|1b) Training for Acquisition Cardholders
|The training material for new acquisition cardholders will be revised to include green procurement considerations. All new acquisition card holders will receive this training.
|2. Performance Evaluations
|Managers and functional heads for procurement and materiel management will have performance considerations in support of the RCMP's green procurement objectives.
|3. Procurement Processes and Controls
|In February 2009, the RCMP established a Green Procurement working group whose mandate includes examining and developing appropriate processes and controls.
Part B: Use of Green Consolidated Procurement Instruments
Performance Measures For Part B:
Dollar value of purchases against green consolidated procurement instruments (as designated by PWGSC) for a specified good or service relative to total dollar value of purchases for that good or service. Departments should include a minimum of 2 goods or services (e.g., IT Hardware, Imaging Devices, Paper).
When a green consolidated procurement instrument (as designated by PWGSC) is not used or is unavailable for the specified good or service, this performance measure should be used: Dollar value of purchases that incorporate environmental considerations for a good or service relative to total dollar value of purchases for that good or service. Departments should indicate when a green consolidated procurement instrument for a good or service (as designated by PWGSC) is not used.
|Passenger motor vehicles
Part C: Reduction Initiatives for Specific Goods
Performance Measure For Part C:
Total quantity of a consumable purchased (e.g., paper) or an asset owned/leased (e.g., printing devices) relative to total number of full time employees (FTE).
Level as Ratio
# per FTE
|Percentage of E10 blended fuel purchased by RCMP
|The use of E10 fuel can decrease emissions of CO and green house gases such as CO2 by an estimated 2% over regular gasoline.