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Materiel Management



Procurement Services (Campus Purchasing)


Mission and Vision

Our Mission: To expand opportunities for teaching, research and public service by delivering savings and efficient procurement services across the University of California, Riverside


Our Vision: To be acknowledged by University of California, Riverside executive and campus leadership, faculty, staff and students as a high performing strategic partner that is essential to the financial health of the University

Purpose and Goals

David Gee

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David M. Gee, CPSM, CPPB
Procurement Services Manager


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This website is dedicated to providing information to Procurement Service's (Campus Purchasing's) clients and vendors in the areas of policy, procedure, sources of supply and training. Procurement Services implements and administers University procurement policy, as specified in the UC Business and Finance Bulletins, in a manner which is consistent with need and addresses the following goals:

Cost Effectiveness
Procurement Services accomplish cost effectiveness through programs dealing with standardization, value, cost and price analysis, utilization of items excess to others, maximization of the economics of quantity buying through the use of University-wide and regional pool purchases, commodity agreements and price schedules as well as simplification of the procurement process itself.

Positive Vendor Relationships and Affirmative Action in Business Contracting
Procurement Services is committed to the development and maintenance of a large vendor base and strong vendor relations. Procurement Services actively seeks out and is strongly committed to the continued development and utilization of small businesses, disadvantaged business enterprises (DBE), and woman-owned business enterprises (WBE).

Professional Conduct
Procurement Services conducts all activities in a fair, ethical and professional manner, consistent with the Principles and Standards of Purchasing Practice of the National Association of Purchasing Management and the Code of Ethics of the National Association of Educational Buyers.

Protection of the University Interests
Procurement Services strives to ensure all purchase transactions are conducted in accordance with current University-wide policies and procedures, state and federal laws and regulations as well as any special requirements of extramural sponsors (with the assistance of the campus Research Office).

Assistance and Information Provided in Support of Campus
and University-Wide Activities

Procurement Services provides research activities for the benefit of campus departments and University-wide administration. These activities include locating sources for needed materials and services, providing literature and/or price estimates for budgetary purposes, providing information for user's consideration and counseling users in regard to purchasing requirements, policy and procedures.

Preserving the Public Trust
Procurement Services preserves the public trust by exercising due diligence, utilizing best practices, maximizing scarce resources and maintaining transparency in the course of procurement activities.


Department Awards & Achievements

Award

2014 Achievement of Excellence in Procurement

UCR Procurement Services is honored to have been awarded the 2014 Achievement of Excellence in Procurement award from the National Procurement Institute. We are proud to be recognized for all the hard work put in by our staff and others, (especially C&C) who have helped us along the way. We view this accomplishment with the full acknowledgment that awards are only a snapshot in time. To continue to be successful this honor must only be used as a baseline for continuous improvement.


Department Location

The Procurement Services Department is located in the Corporate Yard which is between Linden Street and Watkins Drive. The Procurement Service Departments Office is located in the back wing of the Corporate Yard Building B as shown on the map. The Office shares a hallway with the Storehouse, Business Contracts, and Equipment Management Departments.

Please click the map to the side for driving directions to this location or to see our location relative to the University.
Procurement Services Map

Department Contacts

David Gee, CPSM, CPPB Campus Purchasing Manager 951-827-3022 Procurement Services
Ana Cotton Buyer II, Scientific and Medical 951-827-3005
Dana Allen Procurement Card and Small Business Administrator 951-827-3008
David Casale Procurement Supervisor, Scientific & Medical 951-827-3025
Gae Purvis, CPPB Procurement Supervisor, Strategic Programs 951-827-3001
George Williams Buyer III, MRO 951-827-3007
Matt Burke, CPSM Procurement Supervisor, Food & Facilities 951-827-3095
Michael Lee Procurement Supervisor, MRO 951-827-3004
Marshall Holman Buyer III, Physical Plant 951-827-3022

More Information

General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Department Information

Materiel Management
3401 Watkins Drive

Tel: (951) 827-3009
Fax: (951) 827-5392
E-mail: Russell.Lewis@ucr.edu

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