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Nov 16 , 2010  |  Procurement and Contracts (P&C)| uwf.edu/procurement/internal

In This Issue

PCard Vendor Registration Reminder

Student Vendor Registration Reminder

New UWF Shipping Procedures With Florida State Contract Pricing

UPS Shipping Procedures - No Contract Pricing

Florida Certified Contract Managers

Telephone Denial-Of-Service Scam Through Landline or Cell Phone

P&C STAFF:

Candace Perez 474-2630

Elaine Smith 474-2627

Eric Engelmeyer 474-2629

Judy Jasmyn 474-2633

Dora English 473-7075

Wendy Baudin 474-2628

Thanksgiving

THE OFFICE OF PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTS
WOULD LIKE TO WISH EVERYONE A SAFE AND PEACEFUL THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

PCard Vendor Registration Reminder
PCardProcedure has changed since the implementation of the new online PCard Vendor Registration. Vendors no longer have to be entered in the system before a charge is made. Read more. . .


Student

Student Vendor Registration Reminder
If a UWF Student is being paid by UWF (i.e. travel, prize, etc.), they must be registered as a vendor. Please use the new Student Vendor Registration Page to enter UWF Students. Read more. . .


FedEx New UWF Shipping Procedures With Florida State Contract Pricing
UWF has new FedEx shipping procedures and a drop box located on campus in front of the UWF water tower, across the street from the UWF Welcome Center. By signing up for a FedEx account, UWF departments will receive significant savings by using Florida State Contract pricing. Read more. . .


UPSUPS Shipping Procedures - No Contract Pricing
UPS is not available on Florida State Contract nor UWF Contract. . Read more. . .

 



CertificateFlorida Certified Contract Managers
Eric Engelmeyer and Judy Jasmyn, Senior Buyers with UWF Procurement and Contracts, recently achieved certification as Florida Certified Contracts Manager through the National Institute for Government Purchasers (NIGP). Read more. . .


ScamTelephone Denial-Of-Service Scam ThroughLandline or Cell Phone
It's a new twist on an old scam. Criminals are using automated dialing progrmas to send thousands of phone calls to victims in an effort to tie up their phone lines. The reason? Read more. . .