Public Procurement of Innovation (PPI) plays a vital role in driving technological advancements and fostering innovation within the public sector. However, to achieve effective and efficient outcomes, it is essential to identify and address the challenges associated with PPI.
In this article, we delve into the specific challenges faced in PPI and present potential solutions based on our workshop held in Turku, Finland.
In conclusion, the experiences in Turku, Finland, shed light on these challenges provided a few solutions to be implemented and shared to enhance PPI. These points are part of a preliminary Market Consultation that equipped participants and BUILD’s PPI experts with new tools to proceed in our project journey to enhance Public Procurement of Innovation.
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