Beginning in late April or early May 2020, SAP Concur will release a new version of its mobile app (v. 9.79). To prioritize resources and increase security, with this release Concur will only support the current and six earlier versions of the app at any given time.
We have revised our approach to use only the KFS project code CORONAV-20 for all expenses related to the outbreak, except as noted below. Begin using this project code immediately.
While Cornell responds to the COVID-19 emergency, we are allowing critical business-related purchases to be delivered to off-campus addresses.
As President Pollack has issued the statement asking units to complete and implement emergency response plans by March 20, we in the Division of Financial Affairs (DFA) have completed our plans and have implemented remote work for as many of our staff members as possible as of Tuesday, March 17.
If you need to purchase products and services as a direct result of the coronavirus outbreak, please use the following project code: CORONAV-20.
Updates to the Buying Manual include deletion of the sections on the disbanded program for personal-liability corporate cards and updates to purchases with special procedures.
Now that that all faculty and staff travelers and travel arrangers are using Concur, here are some things you'll need to do in the new year.
Petty cash is available for small-dollar reimbursements for EHP, EHOB and CISER UBSC customers.
The University Policy Office announces the issuance of University Policy 3.26, Financial Internal Controls. This policy is sponsored by Executive Vice President and CFO Joanne DeStefano, and administered through the Office of the University Controller.
The newly revamped Procurement Certification Program begins in October, and registration is now open in CULearn! The program includes five core courses and four electives.
Procurement and Payment Services has established a Procurement Advisory Committee to partner with campus in simplifying the procure-to-pay process.
If you currently get your reimbursements for travel or out-of-pocket expenses from Cornell by check, consider getting reimbursed faster by enrolling in direct deposit.
Cornell business travelers now get discounted hotel rates from Marriott in New York City and Ithaca and lower rental rates from Avis Car Rental and Budget Rent a Car.
Catering by Luna now has a catering agreement with Cornell, bringing the number of local caterers with agreements to six.
W.B. Mason, Cornell’s preferred supplier for office supplies and copy paper, recently renewed their contract with more advantages for Cornell purchasers.
Challenge Workforce Solutions (previously Challenge Industries) now offers Cornell document destruction services at a negotiated discount.
The University Policy Office announces the issuance of revisions to University Policy 3.1, University Fundraising (formerly “Accepting University Gifts”).
Procurement and Payment Services working cooperatively with University Audit has updated information in the Buying Manual related to inactive credit cards.
Effective May 15, 2019, Procurement and Payment Services made the following updates to the Buying Manual.
The University Policy Office finalizes University Policy 5.12, Web Accessibility Standards.