Guidance Documents


NWUPC is committed to sharing best practice in areas of procurement; this section contains template documents which members may find useful. Click on an item to view the document.

Public Documents

Modern Slavery Statement Template (HEPA)

NWUPC's Modern Slavery Statement

UKUPC - Guide to Evaluation - November 2020

UKUPC - Benefits of TWP Membership - November 2020 

Case Studies with NWUPC 

As part of NWUPC's ongoing work with our Members and Suppliers below are Case Studies from works carried out using NWUPC's Frameworks. These show the benefits of carrying out work through a Framework and how it could help you. 

Case Study: Enabling Round-the-Clock Content Access for All Students

Edge Hill University worked with BibliU to help put students’ learning needs at the forefront of their digital initiative during the COVID-19 pandemic as classes went fully online, rendering the library’s physical copies unusable overnight, even for students who stayed on-campus. The library team needed a digital textbook solution that provided content access to all students. For the library, universal access to content for all students was a top priority and was deemed by university leadership as critical to student success. Read how Edge Hill came to a solution with BibliU.



Case Study: Broadcasting Equipment and Integration Service

Leeds City College, a member of Luminate Education Group, completed the build of a new centrepiece campus in a high profile area of central Leeds. Working with Digital Garage to create this new campus which would be the new permanent home of the School of Creative Arts, a fully implemented theatre space and TV studio, complete with editing and control suites with the ability to communicate directly between these and the theatre itself was to be installed. Read how Leeds City College came together with Digital Garage to find an answer..

    Case Study: Broadcasting Equipment and Integration Services

Case Study: HVLE Framework Utilisation

Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), an academic department of the University of Warwick, and the Advanced Steel Research Centre wished to significantly increase their current portfolio of microscopy based characterisation equipment. Working with FEI and JOEL the new characterisation centre houses complementary facilities to the existing central microscopy facility, but with a strong emphasis on analysis in a high throughput (engineering environment) and on metallic (primarily) steel-based materials.

 HVLE Case Study

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