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If you’re concerned about reviewing contract terms in the wake of Covid-19 or generally, HEPA and UKUPC Learning & Development Group are delighted to be able to offer free to our members a... read more
  NEUPC have announced the Life Sciences Reagents, Kits & Consumables agreement is now available for members to use. The agreement went live on the 9th March 2020 and will run to 8th March... read more
Cleaning and janitorial supplies is now live!
NWUPC have launched the renewed regional agreement for Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies, which is now LIVE!!    This agreement provides a quick and easy route to the broadest range of cleaning... read more
As part of the CPC Framework Agreement - Personal Protection Equipment, Clothing and Uniforms (PPE), CPC have put together a weekly update on a list of priority PPE items. This document provides an... read more
A guest article has been written by Debbie Shore of NEUPC answering what procurement professionals should be doing next after achieving their CIPS L6 Advanced Diploma and MCIPS accreditation.... read more
HEPA have announced three new sessions continuing their BUFDG & HEPA Time to Talk series in addition to the hugely popular Legal Direct Award Time to Talk taking place next week on the 19th of... read more
A programme of free webinars are being held by NETpositive Futures. Sessions can be attended live but will also be recorded and then made freely available. These online sessions will offer:... read more
Electronics Watch is pleased to offer a series of free webinars on socially responsible public procurement, intended primarily for public sector buyers. They also have a wide range of pre-recorded... read more
NWUPC's May Newsletter is here!  Inside you can read about NWUPC gaining for a second term, Investors in People, We invest in people, platinum accreditation! Information on our new website and... read more
UKUPC have issued a joint statement from all members responding to @UniversitiesUK outlining support available to the HE procurement community following the COVID-19 pandemic. Further details are... read more

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