Procurement Services

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Procurement Tip of the Month – Important Holiday Reminders

Procurement Services (including Pcard) will be closed December 24, 2020 through January 1, 2021.   Pcard transactions will load during the holiday break and may be processed as needed.   Requestors can assign a substitute requestor to receive assigned carts from shoppers during an absence. For help with assigning a substitute requestor, see the Temporary […]

Procurement Services (including PCard) will be closed December 24, 2020 – January 1, 2021

Because of the above closure dates, Purchase Requisitions and Change Requests needing approval by December 31, 2020 should be submitted in myUF Marketplace no later than December 15, 2020 to allow sufficient time for review.  Please pay particular attention to grants ending with the calendar year and orders at $75,000 and above.

Procurement Tip of the Month – Agreement Intake Form vs. Requisition

When to use the Agreement Intake Form instead of a requisition: Use the Agreement Intake Form (AIF) when an agreement or contract needs Procurement’s review/signature and a Requisition would not be appropriate.   A requisition would not be appropriate when: The event/service/item will be paid for using a PCard. The agreement or contract is to […]

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UF Procurement’s vision is to set a standard of excellence by creating partnerships with customers and leading innovatively in strategic sourcing, contract management and efficient procurement processes to facilitate the UF mission and create outstanding value for the University.

Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

By accepting a University of Florida purchase order, the vendor agrees to our terms and conditions. Please view our Terms and Conditions page to review them.

Fraudulent Purchase Order Attempts

Please be aware there are active fraudulent attempts to place purchase orders and request for quotations that supposedly to originate from the University of Florida. While the university cannot prevent this illegal activity, we are actively working with law enforcement to investigate these fraudulent attempts. Please see the topic “Fraudulent Purchase Order Attempts” on the “Vendors” page for more information.

90%

of requisitions become a PO in a day or less

$1.5 Mil

$1,530,041 in savings to the University facilitated in 2017 by UF Procurement staff