Archive for May, 2012
Les Haughton, Director of Supplier Diversity for the University of Virginia’s Procurement and Supplier Diversity viagra prix Services, was featured on UVa Today for his work to advance the supplier diversity initiative in his first year at the University. To read the article, click here: http://www.virginia.edu/uvatoday/newsRelease.php?id=18666 Congratulations, cheap cialis Les!
April 24, 2012 — The University of Virginia’s Department of Procurement & Supplier Diversity Services (PSDS) has been awarded the Best Practices Award from the Southern Association of College and University Business Officers (SACUBO). Senior Buyer Kevin Crabtree presented the award-winning presentation, “Rebooting University Travel: A Fresh Approach to Conventional Travel Practices,” and accepted the [...]
Posted: May 30th, 2012 under Publicly Accessible Contracts.
Tags: Award, best practice, Cooperative Contracts, jackrabbit, procurement, publicly accessible contract, SACUBO, Travel Management Services, travelectra
The University of Virginia seeks an experienced firm to order cheap cialis online provide banking services. The Academic and Medical Center Divisions coordinate their own banking and cash management buy cheap viagra needs with each division having its own personnel, processing requir order lasix online no prescription ements, and systems. The Selected Firm(s) must be able [...]
Posted: May 29th, 2012 under Requests for Proposal.
Tags: ATM Services, Banking Services, Branch Banking, Checking & Depository, Integrated payable platform, Line of Credit, Lockbox, Merchant card processing, Requests for Proposal
The University of Virginia is seeking an experienced firm with the ability to pick up items to be surplus, to include, but not limited to: equipment, furniture, appliances and online pharmacy supplies.
The University of Virginia’s Procurement & Supplier Diversity Services, in conjunction with Applied Knowledge Labs, has launched “The 5/15/80 Series,” aimed at helping you build the tools to move your business to the 5%: High Impact Firms that have achieved 25% sales growth for two years, doubled their number of employees, and broke out of [...]
The Wall Street Journal recently published an article about the frustrations small businesses are feeling viagra from canada when dealing with large companies: On average, big businesses – those with 1,000 or more employees – paid their bills more than a week past the due date on invoices, according to a report that’s expected to be released [...]
Skanska will be hosting a meeting next week in Norfolk for the construction trade community to learn more about an upcoming project at Old Dominion University. These meetings generic viagra are a great way for SWaM cialis canadian pharmacy trades contractors to get involved in subcontracting, which is something we suggest for firms wondering how [...]
The University of Virginia has established a PAC contract with ViON Corporation to provide computer peripherals/storage. Go to the following website to view the University’s Agreement with ViON and additional brand viagra online contract information: http://www.procurement.virginia.edu/pagepacontractshttp://www.procurement.virginia.edu/pagepacontracts
Posted: May 8th, 2012 under Publicly Accessible Contracts.
Tags: Computer Peripherals, Cooperative Contracts, disk, file and tape storage, PAC, publicly accessible contract, tape and storage software, WAN Optimization
The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business has just announced the opening of the competition for the third annual Tayloe Murphy Resilience Awards, which honor “businesses that demonstrate sustained vitality in communities facing challenging economic conditions.” You can find out if your business qualifies by clicking here, then go into the nomination form. The [...]