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May 06, 2021

UK Universities Purchasing Consortium (UKUPC), comprised of the regional purchasing consortia-(LUPC, SUPC, APUC, HEPCW, NEUPC, NWUPC), The Energy... Read more

May 05, 2021

We are delighted to welcome our newest member: the Bank of England. The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. It is a public... Read more

Apr 30, 2021

Mills and Reeve yesterday held an informative webinar providing legislative and practical advice on including social value in public procurement... Read more

Apr 29, 2021

Did you know that the built environment is responsible for 39% of all carbon emissions globally?  Would you like to understand more?  ... Read more

Apr 28, 2021

LUPC's Deputy Director, Emma Keenan, shares her thoughts from this week's session of the Ellen Macarthur Foundation's 'From Linear to Circular'... Read more

Apr 24, 2021

To help members understand the benefits of the newly re-tendered Printers and Managed Print Services agreement (NEPA2), have a look at this... Read more

Apr 23, 2021

Date: Friday 7th and Friday 14th May  (running in two halves to make the content easier to digest) Time: 09.30 – 13.00 on both days Cost... Read more

Apr 22, 2021

Emma Keenan, Deputy Director at LUPC, shares her thoughts from her first session on the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s programme: ‘From Linear to... Read more

Apr 22, 2021

The UK Universities Purchasing Consortium (UKUPC) has developed an advisory document for suppliers on how to write good modern slavery statement.... Read more

Apr 20, 2021

Following on from the recent launch of the Removals and Relocations Framework, NEUPC Category Manager, Sam Wells has created an interactive... Read more

Apr 16, 2021

A number of skills and attributes are required of procurement professionals involved in the tender process. We’ve identified three that we believe... Read more

Apr 15, 2021

Responsible procurement is about ensuring environmental, social and economic elements are taken into consideration when procuring goods and services... Read more

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