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Benefits Methodology and PVS webinar
HEPA will be holding a webinar to take attendees through the updated Benefits Methodology and Procurement Value Survey (PVS), hosted by Larissa Morrish, Head of Procurement at Lancaster University.
The PVS was introduced in 2018 and replaced the annual EMM survey; it aims to give a cross-sector view on the value of university purchasing teams, as well as providing a detailed anonymised report which can useful for benchmarking purposes.
The webinar is free to attend and is aimed at anybody who will be responsible for preparing any elements of the PVS submission for their Institution. If you have any specific questions then please do submit them to Ashley in advance so they can be covered on the day.
The webinar will take place on Tuesday 26 November at 11:00.
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