The FSU Purchasing Department is a subunit of Materials Management. The Purchasing Department reports to the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor of Business and Finance. The Purchasing Department administers the procurement function for the University. The unit is staff by a team of professional, experienced and dedicated employees.
We strive to maintain the most efficient process while adhering to the requirements of the University, State and Federal Laws, and customers. Our main goal is to support University Goals in a timely manner.
Purchasing Card Administrator
- NC Purchases and Contracts General Statute
- NCGS 116-13 Powers of Boards regarding property and services subject to general law
- Correction Enterprises
- NC Debarred Vendors
- NC DOA Executive Orders
- NC IT Statewide Contracts
- NC Historically Underutilized Businesses
- NC Purchase and Contract
- NC DOA State Construction
UNC System Office Guidance
- Policy Initiative Related to UNC's IT-related Purchases
- UNC Authorized Purchasing Benchmarks
- UNC and the Division of Purchase and Contract (P&C) Memorandum of Understanding
- UNC and the Division of State Surplus Property - Statement of Operating Principles
- UNC Quality Assurance Inspection Guidelines
- UNC Service Contracts - 10 Year Term
- UNC System Purchasing Authority and Workflow
- UNC System Capital Project Procedure Guidance
Purchases originated in Bronco eBuy follow the same Purchasing Policies as required in Banner.
However, requisitioner now has total control of all purchases made using the Bronco eBuy Sciquest system. Only the Non-Catalog items and purchases made over a certain dollar amount are sent to the Purchasing Department. Purchase orders created in Bronco eBuy system is sent directly to the suppliers. The PO's created in Sciquest are no longer printed, but are stored in the system electronically.
The Purchasing Card Program was established to allow rapid purchases of repetitive or low dollar goods while simultaneously reducing paperwork and handling costs associated with these types of purchasing processes.