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Record nummer 2244355
Titel artikel Procurement as a driver for innovative water governance
Auteur(s) Gehrels, C. ; Top, G. van den ; Goedbloed, D.
Tijdschrifttitel Water governance
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2018)2
Paginering 76 - 77
Online full text
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) And so what do we take home after the round tables, seminars and fact finding field trips? Everybody resumes his or her role and that is precisely what should happen in our view. When it comes to governance and public private partnership, we are convinced that everyone should be aware of his own role and instruments, and use these to make a contribution. But how to we combine these roles and instruments towards the goals we talked about in Amsterdam? We believe it is the primary role of governments to detect, recognize and use these different roles and instruments, and to act as the conductor of this ‘orchestra’ – hence facilitating synergy in the interplay of actors in society towards a policy objective. Procurement is one important instrument that the government can use of improve this conductor role. This was our main conclusion at the governance workshop of the 4th Amsterdam International Water Week in November 2017. Taking the case of climate resilience as an example, a ‘rainproof’ approach can be included in the terms of condition of a procurement process for spatial (re-) development. This will make sure competing companies will include rainproof solutions in their bids. When governments recognize the innovative power of procurement, and use it more to play the conductor role, we can accelerate our progress towards a circular and resilient water future.
Betrokken instanties ARCADIS NV
Hoogheemraadschap Amstel, Gooi en Vecht
Waternet
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