Procurement Services Newsletter | Volume 1, Number 4

2017 Scientific Showcase
2017 Scientific Showcase

2017 Scientific Showcase

University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty and staff can learn about new technology, market trends and useful laboratory products at the 2017 Scientific Showcase on May 11.

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Scams & Telemarketers

TelephoneSpring has arrived and along with it usually comes phone calls from telemarketers. Due to fraudulent telemarketing practices, you may receive telephone calls from various telemarketers, “toner phoners” or “pirates” offering you “special” prices on supplies or services. Continue reading…

Julie Dexter
Julie Dexter

Julie Dexter

Julie began her career at UNL in the fall of 2011 as an Inventory Specialist. She moved into the position of Procurement Specialist in February 2012, working with several commodities such as Household Moves, Catering, and Printing Services. Julie is now the Contracts Manager as of July 2016. Continue reading…

Home Depot is New Punch Out Supplier

University employees can select and order products through Home Depot by using the punch-out catalog in eSHOP. Questions regarding ordering through Home Depot can also be directed to Dustin Kotik, UNL Senior Sourcing Specialist, at 402-472-5881 or dustin.kotik@unl.edu.

procurementcontracts@unl.edu

ContractsPlease remember, when sending contracts for review, to use procurementcontracts@unl.edu. Several people monitor this email inbox to ensure that your request receives a quick response.

Cost-Per-Copy Program

UNL has sponsored a cost-per-copy program for over 15 years. In that time, we went from more than 13 brands of equipment and 9 suppliers to one Prime Supplier Contract with Canon Solutions. Continue reading…

What Is A Contract?

The two types of non-research contracts are a Standard Agreement for purchasing goods and services and a Fee for Service Agreement for providing services for a fee. A contract can only be signed by individuals authorized by the Board of Regents Signature Authority Policy. Continue reading…

Resourceful
Resourceful

Director's Corner

Consider It Done

During a recent meeting, a colleague referred to me as being “resourceful.” A few days later, I asked him what compelled him to use that particular adjective.
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Originally published April 3, 2017 - Submit an Item