Tag: purchasing

PCard refresher is Friday, May 4

Purchasing is conducting PCard refresher training for existing cardholders and supervisors at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 4, 2018. The hour session will be held in IS Videoconference Room (IS1034). “We will identify common errors and policy compliance regarding required audit documentation as well as answer your concerns and questions.” Your attendance is appreciated.

Reminder on Sorelle farewell… and hello, Mike Barry

Your chance to extend best wishes to longtime Phoenix Bookstore manager Patrick Sorelle on his final day of UW-Green Bay employment after 28 years — he’s bringing his game not to South Beach but to NWTC — has been arranged with a traditional cake reception set for 1:30 to 3 p.m. Friday (Nov. 21) in […]

Reminder: Dupuis sendoff is Wednesday

Our friends in Purchasing are offering a friendly reminder about Wednesday’s (June 13) celebration for Linda Dupuis, who is retiring from her position as Director of Institutional Support. The event will begin at 4:35 p.m. at The Bluff Pub & Grille, 2638 Bay Settlement Road, and last as long as attendees care to celebrate. Outdoor […]

Purchasing update

Questions regarding Purchasing and Contracts can be directed as follows:
 •  For purchase orders and related purchasing inquiries:
 Marie Helmke
, e-mail: Helmkem@uwgb.edu
, phone: 2598 •  For contracts:
 Dan Spielmann
, e-mail: Spielmad@uwgb.edu
, phone: 2067

Dupuis retirement event is next week at The Bluff

Congratulations and a fond farewell to Linda Dupuis, who will be retiring from her position as Director of Institutional Support next week. The Purchasing Department is inviting the campus community to a celebration in Dupuis’ honor immediately after work Wednesday, June 13 at The Bluff Pub & Grille, 2638 Bay Settlement Road. The party starts […]

More scams

The U.S. Postal Service is reporting an increasing number of attempted scams across the country, and the UW-Green Bay Purchasing Office just recently heard from an employee who had an insistent “vendor” try to fast-talk the employee into providing information for a presumed scam.  In short, says Linda Dupuis, don’t hesitate to call Purchasing if […]