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State Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Programs



I have a hypothetical question from a Region VI state agency...I know you guys love this kind of question :-)

If a state agency were to change one thing about their purchasing, what should it be?

A committee for Texas' state agencies that focuses on environmental preferable purchasing wanted to see which of their purchases has the highest impact.

What would be a good starting point and what are some of the things that are more complicated?

Feel free to list as much ideas as you want.  The more ideas the better.


Tomas Vinson-Peng
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Austin, Tx 78711-3087
tvinson@tceq.state.tx.us


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