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The Impact&ValuESS project .......................................................................................................................................... 5
The aim of this guide ....................................................................................................................................................... 5

SOCIAL VALUE – CONTEXT AND DEFINITIONS
I. Social value in France............................................................................................................................................... 16
Social Value – a tool for tax exemption ......................................................................................................................... 16
Social Value – legal provisions for the social purpose economy ................................................................................... 17
Social Value defined by social purpose players and researchers
recognizing a specific contribution of the social and solidarity economy ...................................................................... 17
Social Value in the recently adopted « Social and Solidarity Economy » Act ................................................................ 18
Defining and measuring social value – perceptions from local players ......................................................................... 18
Social Value – main themes .......................................................................................................................................... 18
II. Social Value in the UK ............................................................................................................................................. 19
Increasingly important for providers and commissioners .............................................................................................. 19
Equality and social justice ............................................................................................................................................. 19
Resilient communities and social cohesion ................................................................................................................... 19
Added value .................................................................................................................................................................. 19
Economic features of social value ................................................................................................................................. 20
The value of early intervention and prevention ............................................................................................................. 20
Environmental value ...................................................................................................................................................... 20

SOCIAL VALUE IN THE COMMISSIONING CONTEXT
I. Social considerations in the European rules on public procurement ................................................................. 20
II. Public procurement and Social Value in France .................................................................................................. 21
DEVELOPING RESPONSIBLE AND COMMUNITY DRIVEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT POLICIES
EXAMPLE OF THE CITY OF RENNES ........................................................................................................................ 21
Introduction of integration clauses and criteria into public procurement ....................................................................... 21
Introduction of the notion of social and societal responsibility ....................................................................................... 22
III. Public procurement and Social Value in the UK ................................................................................................. 22
THE UK COMMISSIONING CONTEXT ........................................................................................................................ 22
A legal requirement ....................................................................................................................................................... 22
Changing cultures ......................................................................................................................................................... 23
Social Value Frameworks .............................................................................................................................................. 23
Common strands for social value .................................................................................................................................. 23
Social value and procurement practice ......................................................................................................................... 23
Consultation and engagement – key to robust social value policies ............................................................................. 24
THE CORNWALL SOCIAL VALUE PILOT – TESTING A COLLABORATIVE
APPROACH TO MEASURING AND DEMONSTRATING SOCIAL VALUE .................................................................. 24

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