- C1: Appraisal and authorisation
- C2: Authorisation limits and process
- C3: Project proposal form and request for authority form
- C4: Revised request for authority
- C5: Post project appraisal and evaluation
- C6: Type of post project appraisal
- C7: Role of the committees
- C7.1: VCEG
- C7.2: Infrastructure Coordination Group
- C7.3: Infrastructure Strategy Group
- C7.4: Council
- C7.5: Project Coordination Group
- C8: Procurement
- C9: University and College strategic goals
- C10: Self funded schemes
- C11: Key deliverables
- C12: Implementation costs and income
- C13: Operational costs and income
- C14: Inflation
- C15: Discount rates and expected rates of return
- C16: Reviewing alternatives
- C17: Appraisal narrative
- C18: Risk mitigation and avoidance
- C19: Project team competencies
All projects must comply with the University’s Procurement Procedures.
It is important for Project Sponsors and Project Managers to discuss procurement arrangements with Procurement Services. The preferred method of initial contact is by emailing email@example.com.
Contact with Procurement Services should be made at the earliest opportunity and certainly prior to the Project Proposal or Request for Authority being submitted for consideration by the Committees.
Procurement Services have the authority to vary the terms under which purchasing may be undertaken at the University in the interest of best value. This variance must be agreed in writing by Procurement Services, noted in the investment appraisal narrative, and be compliant with UK and EU legislation and regulations.