The State Procurement Law №. 30 225 of Peru includes the following RBC objectives:

Peru Compras, the CPB of Peru, developed the following:

  • Institutional Eco-efficiency Plan 2019-2021

  • Anti-Corruption Plan

  • The Working Group on Gender Equality was established to co-ordinate, articulate and monitor the incorporation of the gender perspective into policies, plans and institutional management.

During the design and development of public procurement procedures, contracting authorities must consider practices and criteria to contribute to both environmental and social protection and human development.

    • Contracting authorities use the following evaluation criteria to determine which supplier submitted the best offer:

      • Holding the Blue Certificate (issued by the National Water Authority). This certificate proves that the supplier is a water responsible company as part of the “Water Footprint Programme”.

      • Holding the Certification “Safe Company, free from violence and discrimination against women”, issued by the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations (MIMP).

      • Holding a certificate for an anti-bribery management system, which must have been issued by either the Quality National Institute (INACAL), (formerly the National Institute for the Defence of Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property, INDECOPI) or another internationally recognised accreditation body.

      • Verification of the supplier’s registration in the Registry of Promotional Companies for People with Disabilities (REPPCD) of the Ministry of Labour and Employment Promotion.

  • Contracting authorities also establish the following as qualification requirements:

      • Verification of the supplier's registration in the National Registry of Companies and Entities that carry out outsourcing activities (RENEEIL), issued by the Ministry of Labour and Promotion of Employment, in the case of labour intermediation services.

  • For the contract implementation, environmental and social clauses can be added, such as:

    • Verifying that energy-efficient equipment or equipment with low levels of noise, radiation, vibrations, emissions, etc. is used;

    • Implementing environmental or energy efficiency measures;

    • Using inputs with a lower environmental impact;

    • Using forest products from certified, organic or recycled sources;

    • Adequately managing solid waste;

    • Verifying inclusive conditions for people with disabilities; and

    • Verifying anti-bribery clauses.

  • In May 2020, Peru Compras was granted the NTP-ISO 3001-2017 Anti-Bribery Management System Certificate, through which complaint channels were established and implemented, such as a face-to-face table of parties, e-mail, telephone, and web form.

  • Peru Compras implemented of a channel for inquiries via telephone and WhatsApp on the use of electronic tools.

← 1. This country fact sheet has been drafted based on the information provided by the Peruvian CPB Perú Compras.

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