Check out our recording webinar on August 17th about updates to Procurement Card and Travel Card application.
Beginning August 21, the PSC is launching a fully searchable Knowledge Base that will house how-to articles, step-by-step guides, and additional informational resources. PSC Knowledge Base content is designed to answer specific questions, such as “How do I add a travel allowance to an expense report?” and “How do I enter receiving?”, and articles will contain helpful screenshots and videos for reference. The PSC Knowledge Base will be accessible through the PSC website, either through the Knowledge tab located at the top of PSC pages, in the Suggested Articles located at the bottom of PSC pages, or via PSC website article links which will be redirected to the Knowledge Base over the coming weeks.
CDW-G is now CU’s Authorized Enterprise Reseller for all Apple hardware, software, and services!
PerkinElmer has recently announced they have split into two stand-alone companies, PerkinElmer U.S. LLC and Revvity Health Sciences, Inc.
In the July 2023 PSC Newsletter, we let you all know of a potential UPS strike on July 31st. We are happy to report that on July 25th, UPS and its union workers reached a tentative agreement on a 5-year labor contract which avoids a strike.
Registration is now open for the fall Supplier Showcases. These PSC-hosted vendor trade shows are a great opportunity to meet suppliers face-to-face.
Beginning 9/11/2023, you can electronically submit a procurement card application, travel card application, approving official form, and cardholder update (for procurement and travel cards) in the Concur Travel and Expense System. The approvals will route through Concur, so no more Microsoft Excel paper copies, obtaining ink signatures, and emailing applications to the PSC.
Around the 15th of every month, Concur sends automated reminders to employees with aging commercial card transactions in their Concur profile. These reminders are a courtesy intended to help employees manage the timing of expense submissions relative to the University’s accountable plan for reimbursement.
The PSC wants to inform our campus customers of a potential UPS strike.
To ensure expeditious invoice processing, please resolve Match Exceptions prior to approving payment. Invoices that are approved in error before a Match Exception has been resolved go to Accounts Payable (AP) Final Review.