1st Annual SpearMart Supplier Show
|Procurement Services is presenting the First Annual SpearMart Supplier Show. All Faculty and Staff are invited to come out to the event|
May 13th from 9-3 at the Oglesby Union Ballroom....
Office Depot Price Adjustments
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Price adjustments go into effect this weekend (3/21 - 3/22/15) for the Office...
New Software Email Address
Procurement Services has established a new email address specifically for software related purchases. Please direct any future questions relating to a software purchase or a submitted software request to...» Click for more
New Procurement Policy
We have completely re-written our Procurement of Commodities and Contractual Services Policy (4-OP-A-6). Key highlights include:
Procedures removed from policy, updated, and placed on Procurement Services website
policy and any ...
Redesigned Procurement Services Website
We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website – procurement.fsu.edu. The site has been completely transformed to make purchasing goods and services easier than ever before.
Key highlights include:
- How to Buy &...
Problems Accessing PunchOut Suppliers in SpearMart
Recently, there have been an increased number of calls and emails to Procurement Services concerning problems accessing selected SpearMart PunchOut Suppliers when using either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome internet browsers. This is due to the introduction of Mixed Content Blockers by both browser manufacturers. If you encounter such a problem using either one of these internet browsers,...» Click for more
We are pleased to inform you of some new and exciting changes coming to eMarket beginning October 20th, 2014
- New name and logo. In an effort to capture the spirit of FSU, we have renamed eMarket to SpearMart, and have replaced the old shopping cart logo with the following:
Scam - Fraudulent Purchase Orders
We want to alert you to a nationwide fraud scam that is targeting suppliers at colleges across the country. Please take precautions so that you are not a victim of this scam.
The fraud scam involves purchase orders and requests for product quotations that purport to originate from the University but are in fact fraudulent.
According to multiple schools, the emails request...» Click for more
Congratulations to Sarah Schreck, Program Associate for Student Government at the FSU Panama City Campus who won an HP scanner.