PraxisAuril and ARMA submitted a joint response to UUK's consultation on proposals for a Knowledge Exchange Concordat on 1st July 2019.
The Concordat proposes eight high-level principles underlying KE activities and sets out the aims and enablers that will help universities make informed decisions and develop their own informed strategies around KE. It is intended to be implemented alongside the KE metrics, previously consulted on in the sector. PraxisAuril members have been involved in the development of Research England's KE Framework for some time. Sean Fielding, University of Exeter and current PraxisAuril Chair, and Tony Raven, Cambridge Enterprise, were members of the KE Concordat steering group.
Information about the consultation and the Concordat proposal can be found here.