The Procurement Bill completed its passage through the House of Lords last week with a number of Government amendments made following detailed debate.  The majority were minor or technical - but... read more
We are delighted to announce that members can now register for the NWUPC Annual Conference which is to be held in person on Wednesday 14th June 2023 at The University of Manchester. Book your place... read more
Join this free webinar to learn more about how you can demonstrate your actions taken towards transparent purchasing and monitoring risks in your supply chain!As part of your NWUPC membership, you... read more
NWUPC recently met with Brown’s Books, a supplier on the Books, e-books and e-textbooks framework, and we wanted to bring to light some great work they are doing in regards to the current situation... read more
NWUPC Ltd Members can now access the recently tendered APUC led Student Accommodation, Conference/Event, Delivered Catering & Hotel Management System(s) & Associated Services Agreement (... read more
NWUPC is delighted to announce that UKUPC members (APUC, HEPCW, LUPC, NEUPC, NWUPC and SUPC) now have access to the latest Desktops and Notebook Agreement (NDNA) under agreement reference ITS5071 LU... read more
We are excited to announce that the UKUPC Conference 2023 (formerly known as COUP) will be taking place 6th - 7th September 2023 at the University of Exeter. LUPC and SUPC are working in... read more
The tender process for the Office, Paper, Electronic and Library Supplies (OPELS) has now kicked off with the new agreement to be in place for 1st August 2023.  With the events of recent years and... read more
To mark Anti-slavery week (17 – 23 October), UKUPC’s Responsible Procurement Network has developed five short videos to help raise awareness of the importance of eradicating Modern Slavery from... read more
LUPC is running a series of Legal Webinars being delivered by law firms on the LUPC Legal Services framework agreement, open to members of HEPCW, LUPC, NEUPC, NWUPC and SUPC. Taking place every two... read more