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IMTS Procurement Policy
Creation date 1 November 2011  +
Date for review 6 December 2014  +
Equality Forum Feedback A thorough impact assessment. All updates agreed with no further recommendations.
Faculty or Service Area Information Media and Technology Services +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 6 December 2011 14:10:37  +
Name of policy owner Rob Moore +
Please give examples to support your answers, use evidence where necessary and provide a justification or course of action where it is applicable Under Objectives, point 5, it is recommend Under Objectives, point 5, it is recommended that the sentence be changed to “5. To understand the changing user requirements of a broad range of customers including those with specific needs relating to disability, and to communicate new opportunities and technologies as they arise.” In the Objectives section but under the sub-heading ‘Other considerations…’ it is recommended that the final sentence of point 6 is changed to “Examples of this would be AV support through John Lynch, procurement support through the purchasing team or specific user needs assessments through Disability Services and Occupational Health.” In Appendix 1 under Technical and Market Knowledge it is recommended that a sentence is added to describe the knowledge base that IMTS has access to from departments across the University. Primarily it is recommended that Disability Services is highlighted for technical and market knowledge of users with special requirements. In Appendix 1 under Security it is recommended that strict adherence to Data Protection, Freedom of Information and Management of Records is mentioned. The group also made recommendation for the flow chart on page 4 but these were outside of the equality impact assessment process. the IMTS Service catalogue. sment process. the IMTS Service catalogue.
Please identify which customer groups the policy applies to Staff  +, Students  +
Please identify which of the following protected characteristics are affected more or less by the policy Disability  +
Purpose of the policy being assessed The IMTS Procurement Procedures are relate The IMTS Procurement Procedures are related to and supplement the University’s Purchasing and Finance procurement procedures. They additionally form part of This policy was reviewed by a group of IMTS staff, most of whom were members of the IMTS Advisory Group. The policy was considered to be very strong and inclusive. The only recommendations made were in terms of strengthening the language around support for people with disabilities. ound support for people with disabilities.
Recommendations • Two updates on page 1. • Two updates in Appendix 1.
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