Updated Jul 20, 2017

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Procurement Services Department wants to alert University departments and suppliers to a potential email ordering scam that involves requests for quotations, establishment of credit or submission of a purchase order, which purports to originate from the University but is in fact fraudulent.

Updated Oct 08, 2016
Updated Sep 01, 2016

UNL now has five (5) Prime Suppliers for Apparel & Accessories, all licensed to provide University of Nebraska logoed apparel through the CLC (Collegiate Licensing Company) and meeting the requirements provided by the Director of Licensing & Branding of the University of Nebraska. Please contact UNL’s designated sales representatives as listed below.  If you have questions regarding this

Updated Jul 14, 2016

Fiscal year 2017 is upon us and with it comes the promise of great growth and change. As part of our growth we are excited to launch our inaugural bi-monthly Procurement newsletter . Our goal is to share helpful hints, tips and news that will support simple and effective purchasing practices for everyone on campus. Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter and we hope that you find it be an

Updated May 11, 2016

The UNL Procurement Team would like to share information with end users about the recent HP division into two independent publicly traded companies. 

Updated Apr 16, 2016
The University of Nebraska will delay implementation of Uniform Guidance procurement section as provided by the waiver of procurement rules stated in COFAR FAQ, Section 110-6, released August 29, 2014.   The University will delay implementation of the new procurement rules until July 1, 2017 and in the interim will follow the guidance of the old standards.
Updated Apr 16, 2016

The recent Nebraska Legislative Session included the passage of LB 907, a bill that takes effect in July 2014. LB 907 prescribes when a public employer may review and access the criminal history background of an applicant. The criminal history background of an applicant now may only be reviewed once you have determined that an applicant meets minimum employment qualifications.

Updated Apr 16, 2016

Nebraska Legislative Bill (LB) 429 recently amended Nebraska law to require all state agencies, including the University of Nebraska, to provide the Nebraska Department of Administrative Services a copy of “each contract or subcontract that is a basis for an expenditure of state funds, including any documents incorporated by reference in the contract or subcontract” as of January 1, 2014.