The CPC's framework agreement for Data Centre Management gives our members access to a broad range of equipment, infrastructure and associated consultancy, which you can use to find the right data solution for your organisation. Equipment and services include:
It was awarded on 29th September 2015 and runs to 28th September 2018 with a possible extension to 28th September 2019.
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CPC typically recommend that members undertake a further competition considering their own particular requirements, however please see the framework user guide for further details.
If you require support in running a further competition via this framework, Tenet Services can help. Tenet offer a nationwide service specialising in assisting education establishments to complete further competitions.
Tenet are part of the Crescent Purchasing Group of Companies and operate on a not-for-profit basis.
The CPC Quote Tool is free to use for all our members and offers quick, compliant access to all suppliers on the framework. For more complex procurements, the CPC Sourcing Cloud is available to offer enhanced features such as having a full audit trail and allowing electronic returns whilst still being free to use for our members.
You will need to sign in to use the CPC Qoute tool
To create a free user account your institution need to be a CPC member.
Let's do a quick check to see if your institution is already registered with CPC. Use the form below to search for your institution.
|User Guide||This is required reading if you are considering using this framework. It tells you everything you need to know about the panel of providers, eligibility, running the mini-competition process, and evaluating bids||Yes||Download|
|DCM Briefing Sheet||This document gives a small brief of the framework||Yes||Download|
|Terms & Conditions||This document outlines the relevant terms and conditions as referenced within the User Guide||Yes||Download|
|ITT Documents||This document details all questions put to suppliers in the invitation to tender||Download|