Supply Chain Management News

LVPA Threshold Change on May 21


The University of California has increased the low-value purchasing authorization (LVPA) from $5,000 to $10,000. On Monday, May 21, 2018, the higher LVPA takes effect at UCSF, allowing departments to make BearBuy purchases without Supply Chain Management (SCM) Buyer review of requisitions up to $10,000. Read more...

Package-Delivery Pilot Program


To support UCSF's sustainability goals as outlined in the University’s Long Range Development Plan, in August, Supply Chain Management  expanded its “last-mile” package-delivery program to decrease traffic and congestion.  Read more about the UCSF Package Delivery Program...

 

 

 

 

Fiscal Year-End Deadlines


The fiscal year-end is rapidly approaching and Supply Chain Management  would like to remind you of important upcoming dates when buying goods and services during this time. Read more...

Details on Furniture Contract


Whether you’re looking to outfit a complete building or just need to update your current office furniture, UCSF’s new contract with One Workplace (OWP) will make your job easier. Read more...

Surplus Sales Prioritized 


Did you know that capital asset surplus items are prioritized for the first seven days of sale to UCSF departments exclusively? Logistics-DSM manages the sale of these items through Public Surplus, a third-party online auction website. Read more...

University Hosts Small Businesses


More than 100 people gather on March 14 for the UC San Francsico/UC Berkeley Small Business Day Near the Bay event. The event featured guest speakers and panels and representatives of governmental agencies. Read more about the event.