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4) SOCIAL PROCUREMENT PRACTICES & CAPACITY

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4.1) Has your social enterprise bid on contracts with government, businesses, or other non-profit organizations, either on your own or together with other organizations?

bid no bid

4.2) Did your social enterprise have to alter its operations as a result of getting a social procurement contract?

change to ops

4.3) If yes, please check all that apply:

  • Changes due to environmental requirements (e.g., reduced packaging)
  • Changes in working conditions (e.g., to meet contract requirements)
  • Collection of additional data for reporting
  • Other (please specify)

types of op changes

4.4) Within your social enterprise, is there at least one person with the expertise to submit bids for procurement contracts?

exp in bids

4.5) How would you evaluate your social enterprise’s capacity to prepare a bid for a request for proposals (RFP) or request for tenders (RFT)? (1 as no capacity) to 10 as very strong capacity)

How would you rate your social enterprise's capacity to demonstrate your social value on request for proposals (RFP) or requests for tenders (RFT) that require bidding organizations to demonstrate their social value? (1 as no capacity to 10 as very strong capacity)
 
From 1 to 10, would you be interested to see more social procurement opportunities for your social enterprise?

self eval sp cap

4.6) In making your own purchases, does your social enterprise give preference to other organizations with a primary social purpose (e.g., social enterprises, non-profits, co-ops)?

SEs SPP approaches

 

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