Procurement Desktop Reports (PDR)

Procurement Desktop Reports (PDR) are a suite of web-based reports developed by Procurement Services. The reports draw data from the PAS Data Warehouse nightly and JP Morgan Chase PaymentNet once a month.

Reports are available for various categories of data and are useful to departments for many processes, including: approving payment of invoices, tracking payments, budget reconciliation, assuring appropriate use of department resources and managing compliance issues.

TIP: We recommend checking these reports often and either setting reminders on your calendar to visit the reports or establishing subscription reminders.

Available Reports - Use the PDR Report Directory:

For a list of current reports available in PDR and a brief summary of what they contain, please go to the Report Directory in PDR.

The reports are grouped by category. Click on the box with the + sign next to the category of interest to expand and read details about the available reports in each category and their descriptions. Once you have determined the report you want to view, click on the blue report Title to be taken to the report.

For help navigating the report data, check out the Helpful Hints PDR in the Report Directory under the Home category.

For a list of frequently-accessed reports, simply go to the My Reports PDR, which is also located in the Report Directory under the Home category. This PDR displays a list of reports you’ve run for a chosen time period, and it includes the last run date, run frequency and hyperlinks to run the listed reports.

Accessing Data in PDR:

PDR is an open access system but is only available to those with a staff NetID. Shared and student NetIDs are not allowed. To access the report data you will also need to know your 11-digit organization code. Read more about PDR access on our Access to PDR page.

Need to learn more?

For questions or comments regarding Procurement Desktop Report, please contact PCShelp@uw.edu

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