www.sustainable-public-procurement.ch
Marc Steiner holds a Master of Law from the University of Basel and is admitted to the bar. He has delivered an expertise on Green Public Pro­cure­ment in Switzer­land (2006) and issued a working paper on how to integrate social aspects in public procure­ment processes (2009, 4th version 2017). Marc Steiner has been appointed as a Judge to the Swiss Federal Admini­strative Court in 2007 (2nd Division, primarily in charge of economic matters including pub­lic procure­ment and compe­tition). His comparative approach has been stimu­lated especially during two internships at the ECJ (1996 and 2008). He is one of four co-authors of the standard reference work on the practice of public procurement in Switzerland ("Praxis des öffentlichen Beschaf­fungsrechts", 3rd edition 2013). Further­more, Marc Steiner was invited to act as an expert during the public hearing of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee of the European Parliament on "Modernisation of Public Procure­ment" (May 2011). He also contributed to the revised UNEP-Guidelines on the Implemen­tation of Sustai­nable Public Procurement (2012). In September 2015 he was invited as a speaker to the WTO Government Procurement Agreement Sympo­sium (pre­sen­tation; cf. publication on Green Public Procure­ment) and in February 2017 to the WTO Symposium on Sustainable Procurement (presentation; report). Marc Steiner is a member of the Advisory Board of Trans­parency International (Swiss Chapter) focusing on integrity in the government procurement process and at the same time a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of swisscleantech, the Swiss association for stake­holders in the green economy, dealing with sustainable (public) procure­ment issues.
European Parliament
Internal Market Committee
Public hearing May 24th 2011
Presentation Marc Steiner
Presentation Video (Youtube)
EP Resolution October 25th 2011

Public Hearing European Parliament
IMCO May 2011 Marc Steiner


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