• Procurement & Contract Services is located in Suite 103, Administrative Service Building

    Procurement & Contract Services is located in Suite 103, Administrative Service Building

  • The Research Vessel Sikuliaq, a joint project between the National Science Foundation and UAF School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences.  Procurement & Contract Services was instrumental in the project to get this ship in the water.

    The Research Vessel Sikuliaq, a joint project between the National Science Foundation and UAF School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. Procurement & Contract Services was instrumental in the project to get this ship in the water.

  • Summer flowers to warm up a cold winter day.

    Summer flowers to warm up a cold winter day.

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Mission Statement

Procurement & Contract Services is dedicated to providing convenient, timely, and cost effective acquisition of goods and services on behalf of the campus community, support for collaborative research, and professional administration and monitoring of contracts and subawards, while maintaining compliance with University of Alaska Board of Regents' Policies, State of Alaska statutes and federal regulations.

 

CHIPPED CARD PICKUP

 

Chipped cards can be picked up in the Procurement & Contract Services office located at the Admin Services Building, 3295 College Road, Room 103.

You will be required to bring all old cards with you to pick up any new cards.

YOU MUST PICK UP AND ACTIVATE THE NEW CHIPPED CARDS NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 18, 2016.  OLD NON-CHIPPED CARDS WILL BE DEACTIVATED AT THAT TIME AND WILL NO LONGER BE USABLE.

 Chip-Card---Frequently-Asked-Questions

 

The vendors listed on the attached link have successfully completed the evaluation process are approved for use for printing projects, with no further competition required, so long as the prices offered include the listed discounts.  If department wish to use vendors other than those on this list then normal competitive processes will be used.

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