Boston College Procurement Services
Procurement Services assists University staff, faculty, and students in the ethical, efficient and effective acquisition of goods and services to support the Universities educational and research missions, in accordance with the University procurement policies and procedures.
Procurements responsibilities include, but are not limited to, vendor registration and maintenance, review of specifications, creation and analysis of requests for proposals and competitive bids, contract terms and price negotiations, review of sole source documentation, creation of purchase orders, assessment of risk factors, facilitation of deliveries and installations, management of vendor and other non-payroll related payments, tax and other reporting, and administration of associated systems such as the purchasing card and travel programs.
Procurement Services is located at 129 Lake Street, Room, 250, on the Brighton Campus. The mailing address is Procurement Services, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467. The telephone number is 617-552-3055. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Our hours of operation are 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, excluding university holidays.
We hope you find useful information about policies and preferred vendors. Whether you need to order business cards, or sign up for coffee service, we hope you'll find everything you need within this web site.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.
QUICK LINKS: See links below for instructions on using the following sites. Clicking on the logo will take you directly to the company's custom BC web page. For other categories, click here.
Ricoh service request
Latest Procurement Newsletter - April 2015
For the latest on the Procurement Team, Contract and Supplier Information and much more, please review the latest Procurement Services Newsletter.
Campus Mail Services, in partnership with Procurement Services, has recently launched a University-wide operational efficiency initiative. One key component of this initiative is to decrease the volume of insufficiently addressed and misdirected mail on campus. The mailroom receives over 100 pieces of mail per week addressed with incomplete mailing information, causing delays and costly inefficiencies. Please make sure your external partners always have complete mailing information.
There is a nationwide scam targeting Universities/Colleges - Fraudulent Purchase Orders sent to suppliers, requesting delivery to an address not associated with the University.
A mandated program has been implemented for all University printed materials.
Boston College's Supplier Diversity Program is designed to enhance our supplier base by promoting opportunities to qualified diverse suppliers and fostering the University mission of welcoming diversity to our students, faculty, staff and community by expanding relationships and enriching economic opportunities.