UC Procurement Resources and Programs
UC Procurement = Systemwide
UC Procurement is the centralized procurement/supply chain hub for the University of California system. We work across the system to establish systemwide agreements for goods and services that are commonly purchased at University locations throughout the state.
Systemwide agreements are created through a competitive RFP and award process that considers the business requirements and policies of the University, along with the quality and price of goods and services. Please contact the UC Procurement Team for a list of UC Procurement systemwide contacts.
Local Procurement (UCOP) | Campus Procurement
For specific campus purchasing needs and questions, please contact local campus procurement teams: Campus Procurement Directories
UC Procurement resources and programs for staff:
Guidance on using UC's e-procurement platform for Sourcing, Contracting and Spend
eProcurement supports commodity managers, suppliers, and stakeholders across the UC system, manages the uBuy ePro platform and administers consortium catalogs for participating UC campuses.
Information on UC sustainable procurement practices, policies and projects. UC Sustainable Procurement focuses on environmental, economic and social impacts.
Providing contracting and procurement opportunities for certified Small Businesses (SBs), Microbusinesses (MBs), and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBEs).
Partnership with U.S. Bank to support student internships, payment systems research, financial literacy and more!
UC Equipment Care & Repair Plan that lowers costs, provides expert service and simplifies the service process for all equipment and repair needs.
Information related to systemwide IT agreements, including the available agreements and location-based contacts.
These webinars feature informative presentations by UC Procurement Professionals on procurement and supply chain topics.
A Procurement-exclusive recognition program to spotlight the achievements of supply chain/procurement teams that have a systemwide impact and advance UC Procurement’s core mission.
Establishes procedures for the management and control of all inventorial equipment under the care and custody of the regents.