Procurement Group

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Who we are

The Procurement Group acts as a forum for the UK education sector  to promote the specific requirements, issues and ambition of the sector to its suppliers.

What we do

The Procurement Group promotes and improves the communications between the UK education sector and its suppliers so that we can build mutually beneficial relationships. We aim to foster understanding of the sectors’ requirements, resolve issues, share best practise and drive transformation.

Member Email lists

Group discussion lists are to be used by members to discuss subjects of common interest. People entitled to join the list are members of Full and Affiliate member institutions (ie not Corporate members). The lists should not be used to advertise or promote Corporate member or non-members events/services/products. These should be posted via the ucisa-announce list.

For discussions, questions and answers you can

Useful Information

combined response to the Green Paper on Transforming Public Sector Procurement is available

Committee Members

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    Procurement Group Chair

    • Tina Pask
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    • Sue Preston
    • Software Manager
    • University of Leciester
    • sd39@le.ac.uk
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    • Mark WIlson
    • Software and Technical Support Officer
    • University of Sussex
    • mlw31@sussex.ac.uk
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    • Robert Silk
    • Head of IT Supplier and Asset Management
    • University College London
    • r.silk@ucl.ac.uk

Latest News and Views

CISG-PCMG21 Recordings

now available

03 December 2021 View Details
UCISA PCMG webinars: Launch of Resource and Portfolio Management Seminars
Project and Change Management Group

Help UCISA-PCMG by sharing your resource and portfolio management experiences.

01 December 2021 View Details
DCMS Cyber Breaches Survey for UCISA Institutions

UCISA is pleased to be working with the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) to help drive up responses to their annual the Cyber Security Breaches Survey.

30 November 2021 View Details