Purchasing

Reminder: Proper Coding for EHS Restricted Purchases

on behalf of Environmental Health and Safety…

This is a reminder to all Fiscal Officers to use the appropriate Commodity and Object codes for all Restricted Equipment and Restricted Material purchases as follows:

EHS Restricted Equipment

Prior to purchasing a restricted item, complete the University’s Equipment Form. Commodity Code 940 must be utilized for all equipment noted below (exception: use 930 for Biological Safety Cabinets or other Clean Air Devices), along with one of the following Restricted Object Codes:   Continue reading

For PCard Cardholders with Cards Expiring on 10/31/16

PCard

Procurement Services has developed a refresher training guide and short quiz that must be completed by the cardholder and any secondary users prior to picking up your card. A passing grade of 85% is required to obtain your new PCard. The link for the training guide is provided below. At the end of the guide there is a link to the quiz with instructions. Procurement Card Training Guide

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Fraudulent Toner Activity Alert

Procurement Services has recently been made aware of fraudulent activity relating to the “alleged” purchase of toner, printing supplies and/or service.  It appears that someone has been calling departments on campus to discuss a “placed” order and seeking to verify address delivery information.   Please be advised that this is fraudulent and you should not provide such requested information.    Continue reading

UConn Bookstore Walk-up Purchases

In anticipation of the opening of the new UConn Bookstore, we are excited to inform you of the new method for University business related walk-up purchases.   Starting on June 10th, all purchases made at the UConn Bookstore, now managed by Barnes and Noble, must be done through the PCard rather than through the previous BO-46 process, which is no longer in effect.  Please refer to your PCard User Manual for allowable purchases.

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New Contract Resources Page Launched

Procurement Services launches the new University of Connecticut Contract Resources Page. The University strives to support small, local, and minority and woman-owned businesses, conduct business with vendors that agree to the Principal Expectations of the University’s Vendor Code of Conduct and vendors that agree and subscribe to standards Continue reading