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Promote public procurement practices that are sustainable, in accordance with national policies and priorities.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Sustainable Business Networks: Work to promote sustainability in business practices, including procurement, within local communities.

  2. Green Chambers of Commerce: Focus on green and sustainable business practices and may actively promote and advocate for sustainable procurement.

  3. Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations: Many work on broader sustainability issues, and some may specifically target sustainable procurement as part of their advocacy efforts.

  4. Public Interest Advocacy Groups: Advocate for public interests, transparency, and ethical governance and may include sustainable public procurement in their agenda.

  5. Fair Trade Associations: Promote fair trade practices often address procurement issues, ensuring that products are sourced sustainably and ethically.

  6. Ethical Consumer Organizations: Inform and educate consumers about the ethical and sustainable aspects of products and services, which may include procurement practices.

  7. Local Sustainability Coalitions: Grassroots organizations focused on sustainability at the local level may address and promote sustainable public procurement.

  8. Government Watchdog Groups: Non-profit groups dedicated to monitoring and promoting transparency in government practices may include advocacy for sustainable procurement.

  9. Professional Associations in Sustainable Development: Associations related to sustainable development and corporate responsibility may promote sustainable procurement practices.

  10. Community-Based Environmental Initiatives: Grassroots initiatives and community projects with an environmental focus may incorporate sustainable procurement to create positive change.

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