The ability to drag and drop files into expense reports in the Concur Travel and Expense Management System has been restored.
The Procurement Service Center (PSC) and Office of University Controller (OUC) have recently researched and clarified aspects of the current Business Expense Reimbursement policy. The result is the revised Finance Procedural Statement Business Expense Substantiation & Tax Implications, which is planned to take effect on January 1, 2023.
Xerox and Konica Minolta provide free toner recycling programs to our CU customers per our master agreements with both suppliers.
The largest paper mill who is the primary manufacturer of recycled paper had a fire recently that has shut down production for recycled fiber, raw material, to all paper mills, all brands in North America. The Universities strategic supplier Staples, will be providing a suggested alternative item which you will notice when shopping for recycled paper to help bridge the gap while recycled options are unavailable.
The University of Colorado has developed policies related to the processing of commercial credit card transactions (Procurement Card, Travel Card, Airfare Card), cash advances, and employee reimbursements that meet the IRS definition of an accountable plan.
With the end of the calendar year fast approaching, and all four campuses and the System office closing from December 26th through January 2nd, we wanted to provide critical dates on submitting requisitions, payment processing and other requests.
Due to ongoing supply chain disruptions, escalating prices, and the labor market affecting both suppliers and the University of Colorado, the Procurement Service Center is extending the January 21, 2022 Procurement Declaration through December 31, 2022.
This month users will find several updates to CU Marketplace. Here we will outline the changes you will see.
Updated language to remove "illegal alien" reference in CU contract documents and removal of Special Provisions 10 & 11.
Concur Update for Extended Trips