Coming Soon to eProcurement: Mass Edit for Tax-Exempt Machine and Equipment (M&E) Items Beginning in August, you will be able to do a mass edit to mark multiple line items as tax exempt Machine and Equipment (M&E) on eProcurement orders. This applies to both catalog and non-catalog items.For more information on how to use this feature, please visit: click here.
You will now be able to see your Task-Option-Project codes on requisitions and purchase orders in all screens and all statuses. The codes will be located next to the Budget code on the line item. To view this document click here.
Office Depot, an eProcurement supplier,has put together a newsletter with the latest information to keep you in the loop. To view the newsletter click here.
It is important to consolidate your office supply orders which will result in reduced shipments, reduced costs, and reduced impact on the environment.Office Depot can show you the way.Please view their flyer by clicking here.
eProcurement catalogs are with suppliers that are contracted with the UW. These contracts have been negotiated to attain the best overall pricing and services using the University’s terms & conditions. Purchasing from an eProcurement contracted supplier allows the buyer to purchase at any amount with departmental approval. The direct buy limit DOES NOT APPLY to eProcurement purchases. UW eProcurement provides university employees with an intuitive, easy to use interface that makes the purchasing process easier, faster and more cost effective. It’s a single point of entry where faculty and staff go to purchase and manage expenditures for most of their university related purchases. Most importantly, eProcurement saves the university money by offering the opportunity to purchase from a wide variety of suppliers that offer discounted rates through UW negotiated contracts, and provides an accurate mechanism for keeping track of what is purchased and how much is spent with individual suppliers, thereby improving our ability to negotiate volume discounts.