In the pipeline…
LUPC will regularly update this page with details of proposed new agreements or re-tenders within the next 6-12 months. The aim is to inform the wider membership of what we’re planning before agreements are awarded, and help give you a planning horizon for your own procurement.
Tenders in progress
Listed below are current tenders being undertaken across all six HE purchasing consortia, and open to LUPC members. Expected award and go live dates are in brackets. For further details, contact the LUPC contract manager listed.
- Sustainable Waste Management (expected award and go live February 2019). Contact: Sam Randhawa, 020 7307 2772.
- Occupational Health Services (expected award March 2019). Contact: Cristian Martin, 020 7307 2771
- Promotional Merchandise (expected award March 2019). Contact: Joyce Kadri 020 7307 2763
- Taxi Services for London and surrounding counties (expected award April 2019). Contact: Joyce Kadri 020 7307 2763
- Student Module Evaluation and Survey Software (expected award May 2019, go live July 2019). Contact: Mike Kilner 020 7307 2768
- Networking - Routing & Switching (expected award August 2019, go live October 2019). Contact: Mike Kilner 020 7307 2768
- Data Centre Management Equipment and Infrastructure (expected award August 2019, go live October 2019). Contact: Mike Kilner 020 7307 2768
- National Electronics Agreement (expected award September, go live for November 2019) Contact: Mike Kilner 020 7307 2768
LUPC is confident that what’s currently ‘in the pipeline’ will be delivered. However, as situations do change from time to time, we would strongly advise Members to contact LUPC if they are interested in any of the agreements included within this item, for a fuller assessment of their progress and expected delivery date.
All of LUPC’s agreements are developed, tendered and managed with input from our Members – we really couldn’t do our work without them.
LUPC’s Commodity Groups bring together Members from procurement and technical professions with a special interest or expertise in a particular category of goods or services.
LUPC Commodity Groups identify Member need, compile specifications and submit sourcing strategies to our Executive Committee for approval. Often this will involve drafting tender documentation and evaluating tender submissions from suppliers. Usually chaired by a Member representative, each Group is supported by one of LUPC’s Senior Contracts Managers.
Commodity Groups are also key to managing relationships with suppliers on behalf of the Consortium, and reviewing supplier performance throughout the life of an agreement. To find out more about joining a Commodity Group, contact email@example.com