Cornell e-SHOP users now are able to buy from Amazon for Business. Procurement and Payment Services has been piloting a program with Amazon in e-SHOP since September 2017 and has received positive customer feedback.
Financial Systems Administration and Information Delivery (FSAID) has changed its name to Financial Information Services.
Along with our efforts to make buying easier for the campus, the Buying Manual has been updated in conjunction with the increase in the university bid limit to $25,000 and the e-SHOP transaction limit to $1,500.
Effective Feb. 1, the limits on e-SHOP transactions and university bids will be raised.
The Family Leaves and Medical Laaves policies were updated to implement at Cornell the New York Paid Family Leave (NYPFL), which is a mandatory program for covered employers and covered nonacademic staff members.
In the weeks before the winter break, cultural food events were enjoyed by more ADI member groups: the University Audit Office and the President’s and Provost’s Staff.
There were several updates to the Buying Manual effective December 8, 2017.
Deadlines for ensuring your requisitions and other procurement items are processed before the end of the calendar year.
Several sections of the Buying Manual were updated effective October 1, 2017. Changes include expansion of the transaction limit options for procurement cards.
The Division of Financial Affairs (DFA) is offering a new class about processing capital assets and physical inventory
The University Financial Service Center (UFSC) has changed its name to the University Business Service Center (UBSC).
Thank you for transitioning business to VWR and for approving payments in a timely manner. Your efforts resulted in the increased rebate for fiscal year 2018.
Budget Truck Rental now offers Cornell more cost-effective options for low-mileage moves, along with vetted insurance coverage and direct billing.
This fall, we will be working with your centers and business officers to review procurement card transaction limits and strategic deployment in the colleges and administrative units.
For the fourth year in a row, Cornell Procurement and Payment Services (Procurement) has been awarded the Annual Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award from the National Procurement Institute (NPI).
Procurement Services will be hosting monthly webinars this year to help campus purchasers learn more about e-SHOP.
The Procurement Certification Program, which last fall was launched for financial transaction and business service center (FTC/BSC) staff members, continues with two sessions this fall.
The Accounts Payable department, which was previously located at 341 Pine Tree Road (East Hill Plaza) is now located in the offices occupied by Procurement and Payment Services at 395 Pine Tree Road, Suite 330 (East Hill Office Building).
More than 1,000 attended the 2017 annual supplier show June 1 in Barton Hall, hosted by Procurement and Payment Services. The event provided an opportunity for members of the Cornell community to meet Cornell’s contract suppliers, learn about their products and services, and hear about the savings and efficiencies they provide – as well as win door prizes.
The University Policy Office announces the issuance of University Policy 4.17, Whistleblower Protection.