Procurement Tip of the Month – When to Use the Agreement Intake Form vs a Requisition in myUF Market
The Agreement Intake Form should be used when an agreement or contract needs Procurement’s review/signature and a requisition would not be appropriate. For example: A contract to secure conference space and/or catering for a future event (and funds will be encumbered at a later date) Paying for the event or service with a PCard It […]
For Annual Service Requisitions, Use the Standard Service Request Form. For equipment maintenance, include equipment make/model and Asset ID Number and building/room location (if applicable) in the Description. Attach a copy of the service agreement, contract, quote, etc. along with the necessary additional quotations. Refer to the instruction guide, Shopping Using a Form for Service. […]
UF Procurement Services is pleased to announce that TempForce will continue to provide temporary employee services via a new agreement. Some details of the new agreement: Effective 7/1/18 through 6/30/22. Updated pricing that will result a in cost reduction for the vast majority of the currently utilized positions. Access to benefits such as: Paid Time […]
Welcome to the new Procurement tip of the month. A reminder of important procurement fiscal year-end dates: Wednesday, June 20, 2018. 5pm: Deadline for submitting myUF Market requisitions and change orders on current FY appropriated, student government and concession funds: Fund codes 101-109, 111-113, 121-122, 126, 132, 191, 192, 196, 221 and 222. Procurement will […]
Do you think the procurement process is hard to understand? This article from UF At Work is just for you.
UF Procurement Services has been awarded the prestigious 22nd Annual Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award (AEP) for 2017 from the National Procurement Institute (NPI). The AEP Award is earned by public and non-profit organizations that obtain a high application score based on standardized criteria. The judging criteria are: Innovation, Professionalism, E-Procurement, Productivity, and […]