1 AUTHORITY: University Administration POLICY: A:VPFA # / RESPONSIBILITY: Vice President Finance and Administration Effective Date: April 1, 2013 Purpose To implement the, the following specific actions will be taken to conform to the established policy. These procedures set forth the documentation and approval processes for the purchase of all goods and services purchased with University funds, including, but not limited to, operating, capital, research, and funds held in trust. Responsibility: The Vice President Finance and Administration, on behalf of The Administration of the University, is responsible for the development, administration and review of these procedures. Principles As a publically funded institution, the University is accountable for the effective and efficient use of its resources and for ensuring those resources are deployed in the best possible way and in compliance with the policies of the University and any relevant sponsors or granting agencies. Definitions Sole Source Items items whose specifications limit its purchase to only one known source of supply Single Source Items-Items that are purchased from a single supplier and can be substituted by alternative supplier but buyer sources from single supplier for a strategic reason. Capital Assets/Projects those tangible, non-consumable items or projects which: a) Have a total cost in excess of $1,000; and b) are intended to have an economic life of more than one year; and c) are necessary, economical and in accordance with overall University priorities and financial capacity. Systems Contracts- Systems Contracts are exclusive contracts with designated suppliers for specific commodities of goods or services, with pricing and other terms negotiated University wide. If the Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 1 of 9
2 POLICY: A:VPFA # / contracted products or services are less than $2,000 in value, the University is obligated to purchase from the designated supplier. Systems Contract orders must be sent by the requisitioner directly to the supplier. The invoice is sent directly, by the supplier, to Accounts Payable for payment. The unit ordering will automatically have their budget charged when the invoice is paid. Purchasing Cards- Purchasing Cards (PCard) are used to purchase goods or services not otherwise available through Systems Contracts. This method is useful for memberships, subscriptions, registrations and other low dollar goods/services. Payments to the PCard issuer are made monthly and result in a charge to the designated budget of the card holder. For information on how to obtain a PCard, contact Accounts Payable. Responsibility Purchasing services: Ensure that the purchasing principles embodied in the policy are adhered to. Ensure that all requisitions not excluded from this procedure are procured through a central process that provides assurances that the principles are being followed. Ensure that sustainability principles embodied in University policies are adhered to. Granted authority by the University to procure most goods and services. Responsible for ensuring quotations are obtained, and establishing and maintaining a list of prequalified vendors. Responsible for establishing and documenting processes related to the and this procedure. Departments: Ensure that funds for any purchase are available in the departmental budget and are consistent with the budget plan. Ensure that the purchases are made in compliance with approved purchasing policies and procedures, and in compliance with funding agency agreements. Ensure that sustainability principles embodied in University policies are considered while making purchasing decisions. Manage departmental budgets, including decisions on the types of expenditures to make. Employees: Exercise a strict code of personal conduct in dealing with vendors in order to ensure that relations of a compromising nature, or the perception of such relations, are scrupulously avoided. Ensure that sustainability principles embodied in University policies are considered while making purchasing decisions. Prohibited from accepting any gifts or entertainment which might influence, or be perceived as influencing, buying decisions. Refer to the Conflict of Interest for further information. Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 2 of 9
3 POLICY: A:VPFA # / Declaring Potential conflict of interest situations if there is a personal or family connection with a current or potential supplier to the University. This information must be reported, in writing, to the appropriate Department Head, Director or supervising administrator, and to Purchasing Services. Further, purchases will not be made directly or indirectly from employees of the University without the approval of the Vice-President (Finance& Administration). Refer to the Conflict of Interest for further information. Purchasing Services personnel are not available to employees for personal purchases except as may be outlined in some Collective Agreements. Charges, delivery and direct billing of any item for personal use is strictly prohibited. A University of Winnipeg Purchase Order or department Visa cannot be used for a personal purchase of any kind. Use of Purchase Orders The acquisition of materials, supplies, equipment, repairs and other contractual services will normally be carried out through Purchasing Services by means of a purchase requisition and the issuance of a properly authorized Purchase Order. All requisitions must be signed on behalf of the department or account to be charged by an authorized signatory, as evidenced by the list maintained by Financial Services. The authorized signatory is responsible for ensuring that sufficient funds are in place before requesting that a purchase is made. Orders placed in the name of The University of Winnipeg without an authorized Purchase Order or contract or as outlined in this policy will become the obligation of the person placing the order. Exceptions/Exclusions The following purchases are excluded from the requirement to make their purchases through the Purchasing Services. The purchasers are, however, expected to operate within the and under the spirit of these procedures. Material for resale by the Bookstore, Food Services; Major construction contracts, where project or construction management consultants are engaged; Travel, entertainment, honoraria, stipends, subscriptions, memberships; Professional and pre-approved services including, but not limited to audit, architectural (structural, mechanical, and electrical), legal, banking, investment management and acquisition of real estate; Pre-approved purchases of small-dollar value commodities by authorized individuals using the University Visa Purchasing Card or those approved by way of a Systems Contract; Utilities (e.g. heat, power, telephones, cable, cellular phone & internet service); Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 3 of 9
4 POLICY: A:VPFA # / Other exceptions where documented and authorized by the Vice-President (Finance and Administration); Purchases specifically approved by the Board of Regents. Degree of Due Diligence and Signing Authority The following table shows the degree of due diligence and the signing authority for purchases based on the value of the purchase. Value Non Capital Diligence Required Capital Diligence Required Signing Authority $ or less Obtain approved vendors from Purchasing Services prior to purchasing goods. End user/ authorized signatory This will normally be by way of a direct order from the user against a Systems Contract. Some designated and approved individuals may use their Visa Purchasing Card or approved contracted Vendor $ $2,000 A requisition is required along with a minimum of two (2) verbal quotes complete with notes.(if applicable) If solicited by Requisitioner, these are to be forwarded to Purchasing, who will decide whether or not to pursue further competitive tendering, in consultation with user Where timing is critical, Purchase Orders may be awarded without quote at the discretion of Purchasing Services, noting reasons for the decision $2,001 - $5,000 A requisition is required. Purchase Orders will be awarded based on three (3) competitive quotes( if available), either verbal (complete with notes on same), or written if solicited by Requisitioner Quotes to be forwarded to Purchasing, who will decide whether or not to pursue further competitive tendering, in consultation with user End user/ authorized signatory with documentation provided to Purchasing Services End user/ authorized signatory Based on consultation between the end user and Purchasing Services $5,001 $25,000 A requisition is required. Purchase Orders awarded based on three (3) written quotes (if available) Responses evaluated by Purchasing Minimum of one (1) written quotation taken from a prequalified list Consideration must be given to all Any two of the following: Chair and Vice- Chair, Board of Regents Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 4 of 9
5 POLICY: A:VPFA # / $25,001 - $50,000 $50,001 - $100,000 Services in consultation with the user. If it is a capital asset, completion of a Capital Expenditures Form prior to requisitioning, in compliance with Capital Expenditures/Leases/ Services Contracts. requisitions for purchases using research grant funding AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using A requisition is required. Three (3) written quotes are required.(if available) Quotes will be solicited and received by Purchasing Services and responses evaluated in consultation with the requisitioning department. requisitions for purchases using research grant funding AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using A requisition is required. Three (3) written quotes are required.(if available) Quotes will be solicited and received by contractors on the list in an equitable manner Performance appraisals are to be completed and filed on each contractor requisitions for purchases using AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using Completion of a Capital Expenditures Form prior to requisitioning, in compliance with the Capital Expenditures/Leases/ Services Contracts Minimum of three (3) written quotations required which are to be kept on file. These quotations will come from the pre-qualified list as above. Performance appraisals are to be completed and filed on each contractor requisitions for purchases using AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using Completion of a Capital Expenditures Form prior to requisitioning, in compliance with the Capital Expenditures/Leases/ President and Vice- Chancellor Provost Vice-Presidents University Secretary & General Counsel Deputy Provost Associate Vice- Presidents Registrar Executive Directors Principals Associate Deans Directors Department Chairs Senior Executive Officer and Advisor to the President Deans Any two of the following: Chair and Vice-Chair, Board of Regents President and Vice- Chancellor Provost Vice-Presidents University Secretary& General Counsel Associate Vice- Presidents Controller and Executive Director Financial Services Registrar Executive Directors Deans Principals Director, Institute of Urban Studies Senior Executive Officer and Advisor to the President same as above Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 5 of 9
6 POLICY: A:VPFA # / $100,001 - $250,000 Purchasing Services and responses evaluated in consultation with the requisitioning department. requisitions for purchases using research grant funding AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using In accordance with the provisions of the Federal/Provincial Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Responses will be evaluated and awarded by the end user and Purchasing Services and the end user will determine if re-tendering is warranted. requisitions for purchases using research grant funding AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using >$250,000 In accordance with the provisions of the Federal/Provincial Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT). Services Contracts Formal Invitation to Bid or Request for Proposals is required Documentation that bids or proposals were received is to be kept on file, particularly if the bids or proposals are returned to the unsuccessful bidders. Performance appraisals are to be completed and filed on each contractor requisitions for purchases using AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using Completion of a Capital same as above Expenditures Form prior to requisitioning, in compliance with the Capital Expenditures/Leases/ Services Contracts Formal Invitation to Bid or Request for Proposals is required Documentation that bids or proposals were received is to be kept on file, particularly if the bids or proposals are returned to the unsuccessful bidders. Performance appraisals are to be completed and filed on each contractor requisitions for purchases using AVP Research (or designate) must sign as one of the authorized signatures for purchases using same as above. Board of Regents through the appropriate committee Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 6 of 9
7 POLICY: A:VPFA # / Sole Source Items For sole source items, the end user will supply a brief statement on the specifications and why alternatives are not acceptable. Purchasing Services may issue an RFP to the vendor in any case, so that specific contractual requirements are established to protect the interests of the University. Single Source Items For single source items, the end user will supply a brief statement on the specifications and why alternatives are not acceptable. Purchasing Services may issue an RFP for the item, in order to obtain competitive bids, after consultation with the user, should it be in the best interest of the University. Additional Administrative Responsibility Prior to submitting requisitions, the Technology Solutions Centre must scrutinize and document approval on requisitions for networking, computer hardware, software and telecom services and equipment to ensure compatibility with University systems. All printing and duplicating requirements require consultation with Printing Services and Purchasing Services to determine the appropriate vendor. All construction, renovation and major installation projects of less than $10,000 and all projects that could impact air flow (building or tearing down walls) or changes to plumbing or electrical will be vetted through the office of the Exec. Director-Facilities or Designate. All furnishings and equipment valued at more than $1,000 per item, including taxes and miscellaneous charges, which are purchased with University administered funds must be recorded on the Fixed Assets Inventory and marked as the property of The University of Winnipeg. Refer to the Equipment Inventory for further information. For purchases that address ergonomic / safety issues, the Safety Office shall be consulted. For purchases that will contribute significantly to the University s energy use, water consumption, transportation activities, and waste production and disposal; and for the purchase of cleaning supplies, the Campus Sustainability Office shall be consulted. For purchases funded by a research grant, these must adhere to grant requirements, and obtain appropriate approvals from the Research Office and Financial Services, where required. Legal Services shall be provided by the Office of the General Counsel and University Secretary, and the services of legal counsel may only be retained by the General Counsel and University Secretary. Emergency Purchases In an emergency Purchasing Services may authorize the immediate purchase of any item or service without recourse to the provisions of the policy. Emergencies may include but are not limited to the following situations: Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 7 of 9
8 POLICY: A:VPFA # / Where employee, student or public safety is in question; To prevent damage to University facilities; To restore essential equipment to service; To restore essential physical plant services; Purchases by the Emergency Response Team as a result of an emergency or Where General Counsel and University Secretary services are unavailable and legal services are immediately required. Capital Projects Capital Projects should include realistic time-lines, schedules, budgets and resources must be established to ensure proper planning and completion of projects on time, on budget, and with due regard to the University s sustainability commitments. All capital construction and renovation projects are to be approved through the budgetary process. All projects shall identify the need, a functional and space program, projected greenhouse gas emission and energy use impacts, cost estimates, source of funding and compliance with overall University planning objectives. Adjustments or change orders to previously approved project budgets which will result in project costs greater than the approved budget (including contingency) of the lesser of 10% or $250,000, must go through the appropriate approval process based on the dollar amount, as if the project was a new project. Projects in excess of $250,000 must be brought to the Board for specific approval regardless of whether they were approved during the normal capital budget. A Capital Expenditure Authorization Form and greenhouse gas emission/energy use impact estimates shall be completed and approved, in advance, in respect to each project. For projects where the total cost is not expected to exceed $25,000, this form must then be attached to the subsequent purchase requisition(s) before a Purchase Order will be issued. For Projects where the total cost is expected to exceed $25,000, or where a construction management or project management firm has been or will be hired to manage the project, this form must be submitted to Facilities before an invitation to Bid or a Request for Proposals will be issued. The Facilities department shall work with Purchasing Services to ensure that processes are established and documented related to developing and maintaining an appropriate list of pre-qualified contractors, obtaining quotations, inviting bids and/or proposals, awarding of Purchase Orders and contracts for Capital Projects. Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 8 of 9
9 POLICY: A:VPFA # / Sustainable Procurement The University s specifies that the University must consider the sustainability implications of all purchasing strategies and decisions. Environmental and social impacts of procurement decisions must therefore be considered in all purchases. This includes, where practical, making purchases from local or national sources and from entities committed to social values, reducing the demand for goods, minimizing the toxicity of goods and services, and purchasing environmentally preferably goods and services. Environmentally preferable goods and services are those that have a lesser or reduced impact on the environment over the life cycle of the good or service, when compared with competing goods or services serving the same purpose. Environmental performance considerations include, among other things: the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and air contaminants; improved energy and water efficiency; reduced waste and support reuse and recycling; the use of renewable resources; reduced hazardous waste; and reduced toxic and hazardous substances. Purchasing will assist all departments in meeting these requirements. Review: These procedures shall be reviewed in conjunction with the review at least once every five years. Conflict of Interest Sustainability Green Procurement 9 of 9
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