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Nov 04, 2019

Our Autumn edition of Linked in now available. This issue includes articles on; - University Catering: The latest trends - Highlights of the... Read more

Oct 11, 2019

We have analysed the results of our annual membership survey and compiled a report which you can now download. Please take the time to... Read more

Oct 08, 2019

LUPC members are invited to attend our free responsible procurement one-day event taking place on 19 November at Queen Mary University of London.... Read more

Oct 07, 2019

The Energy Consortium has established an aggregated power purchase agreement delivering clean electricity for 20 universities. The deal involves... Read more

Sep 19, 2019

The Cabinet Office has published a Public Policy Note (PPN) and guidance which sets out how UK Government departments must take action to ensure... Read more

Sep 17, 2019

LUPC’s new eProcurement Systems (ITS5058 LU) is live as of 17thSeptember 2019, and is available to LUPC and its members, as well as the other... Read more

Sep 12, 2019

The UK Universities Purchasing Consortia (UKUPC) is the banner under which the universities purchasing consortia work together nationally, with... Read more

Sep 09, 2019

SUPC are holding two free Framework launch events for Travel Management Services and Temporary & Permanent Recruitment (TAP) Services on Monday... Read more

Sep 02, 2019

LUPC has a new Chair, Neil Greenwood, Director of Finance & Corporate Services at the Natural History Museum. Neil has been a member of... Read more

Aug 30, 2019

NWUPC has awarded two new frameworks for Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) and Fixed Wire Testing Lot 1 of the  Portable... Read more

Aug 27, 2019

LUPC members and universities across the UK can now access the new Travel Management Services Agreement, led by SUPC. This agreement, which... Read more

Aug 13, 2019

With a no-deal Brexit scenario looking more likely, this will have a number of implications and ramifications some of which will need to be... Read more