Procurement Services and Materials Management is pleased to announce several new staff members who will serve in key roles as we prepare for many initiatives in the coming year.
Procurement Services Operations Officer John Medlin uses his 15 years of UNC Procurement experience to help the department plan for the future and analyze its progress along the way. In fact, he was recently recognized with an Operational Excellence Leadership … Continued
To: University Business Managers, Campus Unit Finance Leads, Research Administration Support Group (RASG), Res_Info Listserv From: Troy Morse, Director of Purchasing Services Effective Aug. 22, Procurement Services will increase the purchase limit for many scientific suppliers to $25,000 per order … Continued
Procurement Services has increased the purchase threshold for Agilent to $25,000 per order, marking the next phase of our ePro order threshold increase project.
Due to a fire at the Fisher Scientific Data Center, the Fisher Scientific punchout catalog is currently down for all orders.
In order to encourage broader use of competitive-bid contracts, Procurement Services has decided to increase the ePro ordering threshold for select ePro vendors from the current $5,000 per order limit to $25,000 per order.
To: University Business Managers, Campus Unit Finance Leads, Research Information Listserv From: Troy Morse, Director of Purchasing Services Procurement Services has established contracts with each of the following airlines to offer a percentage discount on UNC-CH business airfare costs: American … Continued
We have been notified by Arc3 Gases that their prices for cylinder gases, micro bulk and bulk gases will increase beginning May 1, 2019.
Effective immediately, University departments should follow the guidelines below for recycling printer cartridges on campus; used printer cartridges should no longer be sent to Central Receiving for recycling.
Due to pending weather conditions and suspended university operations, Airgas, ARC-3 and Staples will not be making the usual deliveries on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 13-14. Normal operations should resume Monday, Sept. 17, weather permitting.