The University is updating its enforcement of the IRS Accountable Plan effective Jan. 1, 2024. Employees will need to substantiate business expenses within 60 days or amounts may be taxable and reported on Form W-2.
Category: Procurement News
The University is updating its enforcement of the IRS Accountable Plan effective Jan. 1, 2024.
The BuyCarolina (Coupa) system has a planned maintenance release scheduled for Friday, Feb. 2, 2023.
To help campus adjust to new purchasing benefits and opportunities, the Purchasing Services team held a webinar to educate users on the new purchasing environment. If you were unable to attend, or you would like to review the information, you can access both the slides and the webinar on the ConnectCarolina user information page.
Due to low volume of in-person registrations, we are shifting the trainings from hybrid on-site and webinar to exclusive Zoom webinars only.
Recently, the state of North Carolina updated its small purchase and bidding thresholds in administrative code 01 NCAC 05B, which resulted in a significant rise in these thresholds. To align our policies, we have updated the 1200 policy and procedure series — which cover the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s purchase of goods and services.
UNC Surplus Store will be reopening its doors next Monday, April 18, 2022, resuming its former hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. (Please note we usually close from noon-12:30 p.m. daily for lunch).
In order to streamline the process of requesting a waiver for competition and increase internal controls with our auditing processes, the Department of Purchasing Services has revised 1232.1.1f – Customer Request for a Brand/Specific Waiver of Competition to allow for space in the form to include the statement of justification. This will eliminate the need to submit a separate justification memo on department letterhead.