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HEPA is the network for procurement professionals in the HE sector. It was created as a result of the challenge set out in the Diamond Report to enhance the expertise and capacity of university procurement.
HEPA aims to:
HEPA’s Learning and Development programme offers training to members through face to face sessions as well as an e-learning platform.
It is also specifically aimed at purchasers either new to Procurement or from disciplines outside (eg- purchasers in Estates, IT etc). Participation will lead to better educated, more commercially competent and motivated staff involved in procurement throughout the Higher Education sector. This will enable those staff to conduct better business and deliver goods and services to universities, and ultimately the HE sector, at lower cost and with higher value.
We also try to work with other sector associations as much as we can. We have compiled a list of all the associations we are aware of in HE. If you know of anymore, please let us know.
There are also lots of acronyms in the sector, so we have compiled a useful list.
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