We offer a broad and flexible range of safeguarding solutions which offer web filtering, monitoring and reporting.
These services will enable you to safeguard potentially vulnerable learners from inappropriate or illegal content on the web and also help you to comply with your duty under the Prevent agenda.
Web filtering includes lists from the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) - illegal sexual content - and the Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit (CTIRU) - illegal extremist content, Prevent. There are flexible choices and you choose from pre-built and/or custom categories.
Monitoring covers allowed and disallowed pages. It also comes with the ability to send alerts when conditions are met.
Reportingis available for both general or individual behaviours. You can also use this to distinguish between onsite and offsite activities. Exportable formats are available.
Support and training for administrators are also offered through the framework.
Provides an OJEU-compliant route to market
Offers value for money The rates agreed with suppliers will be the maximum you will be charged, plus we can also help you identify your specific needs in order to identify and eliminate any unnecessary requirements (and costs)
Saves procurement time We have pre-qualified all suppliers to ensure they can meet your requirements and free up your time in the process - your procurement could be completed in just a few days
As a Jisc-procured framework, we ensure that you have access to the latest technology and credible suppliers in this market.
Our stringent and fully-transparent processes comply with EU procurement rules, so you can also rest assured that the chosen suppliers chosen will provide you with the best value for money and quality of service.
Case study: West Suffolk College
Read about the college's experience with using our framework to find cost-effective web filtering software quickly and easily.
Costs are available directly from the providers on the framework.
Access to the framework is freely available to Jisc member institutions and anyone in education (including schools, sixth form colleges, libraries and museums and more). Full information on eligibility is available in the buyer's guide (pdf).
The agreement will continue irrespective of the ongoing negotiations and outcome of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 continue to apply to this procurement process.
Whether you know your requirements or are just starting out, get in touch and we'll help you with next steps.