News from Procurement & Business Services

Beginning February 8, 2021, Purchasing will be holding regular Virtual Office Hours to help answer any questions that our campus partners have about current or future Procurement needs. The Virtual Office Hours will be setup by commodity for the general campus and by lab for GTRI...
Effective Monday, February 1, 2021, Georgia Tech will raise the “no-bid” limit for the purchase of goods and services (not covered under a GT or State Contract) to $24,999...
The Institute has been notified by the State Accounting Office of a reduction in mileage reimbursement rate, effective January 1, 2021...
Institute management would like to provide guidelines to the campus community for payment or reimbursement of meals for virtual meetings, events and celebrations. The intent of existing policies is to pay for or reimburse for meals that would allow work, a meeting or an event to continue when food is not readily available...
As an interim measure for COVID-19, Staples has created a link for PCard holders to be able to set-up their (and/or their co-worker’s) home addresses as delivery destinations for office supplies...
This is a summary of the business requirements for Georgia Tech employees traveling for business and research purposes during the outbreak and pandemic of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) effective July 1, 2020. Business requirements will be updated as needed...
Due to COVID-19 and to ensure business continuity, the Office of Procurement & Business Services is making the following temporary policy/procedure changes...