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 November 30, 2022.
We know contracting through the PSC is now taking longer than in the past. There are several causes for extended timelines, many of which are common among entities throughout the economy, including staffing shortages throughout the supply chain, risk evaluations, and changing attitudes among our suppliers. While we are working hard to address these constraints, it’s important to make you aware of our current cycle time estimates and how together, we can improve them.
The Concur Per Diem (Fixed Meals) issue has now been resolved.
Known Issue: Per diem rates in Concur are currently calculating incorrectly for some domestic locations.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Marketplace Approvals
Changes are being made to make the expense reporting experience quicker and easier. While you’ll notice a change in layout, everything you need to complete your expense report is still there. This experience should be simple and intuitive to navigate, but to ensure you are prepared, the Procurement Service Center (PSC) is hosting webinars to prepare you for the upcoming changes to Concur.
As a thank you for the University of Colorado’s partnership with Southwest, Southwest would like to let CU employees know that they may qualify for an upgrade to A List status.
The Procurement Service Center will be hosting No Agenda Forums on all CU campuses in September and October.
The Procurement Service Center is excited to release the new IT Procurement Guidance tool to campus customers.
Hampton Inn and Suites in Downtown Denver has a special promotion through September 30, 2022.