EIGE’s study on gender-responsive public procurement (GRPP) in the EU aims to contribute to a more gender equal distribution of economic resources by promoting the use of GRPP in the EU.
The project will map, identify and select examples and good practice cases at EU, national and regional levels. It will also give recommendations to the EU and Member States on how to increase and widen the use of gender-responsive public procurement.
A step-by-step toolkit to support contracting authorities in applying GRPP throughout the entire public procurement cycle will be developed, tested and published on EIGE’s Gender Mainstreaming Platform.
The toolkit will be available in the first quarter of 2022.