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HEPA represents the H E sector on the Transforming Public Procurement Working Group, and we have numerous resources and updates to help your university prepare for the new Procurement Bill.
Including a redline of the old and new SQ from Burges Salmon
A time to talk taking place on 31 March 2023 at 10AM
A time to talk taking place on 17 April 2023 at 10.30AM
The 2023 BUFDG Finance Festival was a 3-day online extravaganza of all things HE Finance and Procurement. The event was free to all BUFDG and HEPA members as part of their institutional subscription. Members can access the recordings, slides, and other details of the event, using the link below.
Online: 2-3.30pm via MS Teams
HEPA Head of Procurement turnover group meeting for institutions in the £300m to £600m bracket.
Online: 9.30-11am via MS Teams
HEPA Head of Procurement turnover group meeting for institutions in the £100m to £200m bracket.
Online: 1-2.30pm via MS Teams
HEPA Head of Procurement turnover group meeting for institutions in the £200m to £300m bracket.
View more events: Conferences Meetings Training
Whilst we all aspire to do better, sometimes knowing where to start, and how to demonstrate social value is a challenge that delays progress. We are pleased to introduce, free for you to download and use locally, a new tool which will help you: The HE TOMs.
LUPC have released a great resource offering a series of top tips to those writing a modern slavery statement.
The survey aims to assist the sector by building knowledge of the systems in use throughout the procurement lifecycle.
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