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Procurement Services Announcements

Purchasing Card Trainings Available on Sprout Now!

Purchasing Card Program: Policies, Procedures and Best Practices:
If you manage a GVSU issued purchasing card, this training is a must! Stay up to date with purchasing card program policies and procedures and learn the tried and true best practices for managing, reconciling and storing your p-card and information.

Purchasing Card Program: Using Smart Data:
Learn how to navigate Smart Data for your everyday needs. Smart Data is the online portal for viewing and reallocating transactions and reporting for your GVSU issued purchasing card. In this course, you will learn how to navigate the homepage, view, search for, and reallocate transactions and run reports.

Both trainings qualify for PSS technical credit and are offered on the Allendale and Pew Campuses.

Procurement Services Newsletter

Procurement Services has started a quarterly newsletter to communicate policy updates and general purchasing information. To view the Spring 2018 issue, click here.

P-Card Statement Scanning Now Available!

Procurement Services is now offering a sustainable and efficient alternative method for storing your monthly purchasing card statements, receipts and other documentation. If you currently store these documents in a filing cabinet and are looking for an easier way to maintain your files, look no further!


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The GVSU Surplus Store is Moving!

The GVSU Surplus Store is in the process of moving to a new Standale location. We appreciate your patience during this transition period and are excited about the opportunity to better serve our customers at our new location. Check our social media pages for updates and communication regarding our grand re-opening!

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Attention Vendors!

There have been a number of attempts by unscrupulous individuals to place fraudulent orders using Grand Valley State University as the originator.

  • If the product being ordered is not being shipped to Grand Valley State University's Allendale, Michigan campus, you should be suspicious. Also pay close attention to the originating email address and phone number, as these will be indicators that the request is bogus.
  • If you receive an email that you suspect is fraudulent, click "File FBI Complaint" below, or contact a Procurement Services team member with further inquiries.

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