We have worked out a process with Lenovo to allow for home shipment of computers. Note the information below concerning CCI computer orders as an amendment to the memo sent March 20, 2020 and included below for reference.
Category: Equipment News
Starting today, University faculty and staff should follow the procedures below for requesting and reserving Enterprise vehicles.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill permits departments who require an employee to carry a mobile device to perform job duties to provide that employee with a Mobile Device Stipend (formerly Mobile Communication Device Stipend).
To provide an added level of security to their vehicle reservation system, Enterprise Rent-a-Car is replacing its current Enterprise affiliate link with EHIDirect.com.
To: University Business Managers From: Bernard Law, Director, Purchasing Services Airgas/National Welders will be closed for Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 24-Friday, Nov. 25. Dry ice deliveries will be Monday (today) and Wednesday, Nov. 23. Gas cylinder deliveries will be Monday (today), Tuesday … Read more
To: University Business Managers From: Carolina Managed Print Services Subject: Important Message: Scammers are calling! Date: September 7, 2016 Please be aware that if you receive calls from individuals attempting to sell you toner for your copiers, you should not … Read more
To: UNC Business Managers It is time again for the UNC-GA Apply Bulk-Buy program. If your school or department has plans to make any Apple purchases, I encourage you to participate. Purchases made through this program typically yield an additional … Read more
To: University Business Managers From: Janet Rupert, Director, Systems and Operations During the fiscal year-end review of the University’s financial statements, State Auditors recommend an annual review of our equipment inventories to determine if inventory values are overstated because our … Read more
To: University Business Managers From: Janet Rupert, Asset Management During the fiscal year-end review of the University’s financial statements, State Auditors recommend annual review of our equipment inventories to determine if inventory values are overstated because our records include obsolete … Read more
Finding and trading equipment within the University is easier with a new Procurement program called the Asset Management Trading Post. The Trading Post is an informal online marketplace that allows lab managers, business managers and other University employees to find equipment available from other departments, or to publicize equipment available for trading.