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Results of EU wide benchmarking of innovation procurement investments and policy frameworks across Europe

Want to know how much the public sector in your country invests in adopting innovations and in which sectors they invest most (health, ICT..)? Keen to find out if your country has an action plan, target, financial incentives and a competence center for innovation procurement? Check out the results of the EU wide benchmarking of national policy frameworks and investments on innovation procurement across Europe. Now available: Final report, executive summary, country profiles of all 30 benchmarked countries as well as presentations and video of the final workshop that presented the results.

Study SMART 0016/0040 benchmarked for the first time the national policy frameworks for innovation procurement and the national investments on public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI) across the 27 EU Member States, the UK, Switzerland and Norway. This includes also an analysis of investments across different sectors of public interest (e.g. health, transport, security etc.) and strategic expenditure categories, in particular ICT, that fuel public sector modernization. The EC has added also the benchmarking for R&D procurement investments across Europe to get the full picture of 'all' innovation procurement investments (R&D+PPI procurement).

Results benchmarking of total innovation procurement investments

This EC report contains the results of the EU wide benchmarking of total innovation procurement investments. This includes both the investments in R&D procurement and the investments in public procurement of innovative solutions ((PPI procurement). 

Results benchmarking of national investments on PPI procurement and national policy frameworks for innovation procurement

The Final study report (EN) as published on the open data portal. As this report is very large, you find also the different parts below:

Material of the final study workshop - 12 October 2020

Material of the first kick-off study workshop - 7 September 2017