As West Virginia University continues to adapt to our new ways of working, the Procurement, Contacting and Payment Services (PCPS) team has developed updated employee guidance on the purchasing and shipment of office and computer supplies at WVU.
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News and Updates
Dear Mountaineer Marketplace Users,
On Monday, November 15, the Procurement, Contracting and Payment Services (PCPS) team plans to roll out several enhancements to the Mountaineer Marketplace platform.
The West Virginia University Procurement, Contracting and Payment Services (PCPS) team is looking to gain insights on how faculty and staff travel, how we can make their travel life better and how we can provide services to help employees do their job more efficiently whilst saving money at the same time.
If you travel on behalf of the University, we encourage you to take the WVU Travel Survey.
Dear WVU and WVU Research Corp. Cardholders,
As we begin the second quarter of the fiscal year, the WVU PCard Administration team wanted to take a moment to remind cardholders of important policies and procedures related the University’s PCard program:
The University recently implemented a fraud detection tool for all invoice payments, PCard transactions, and reimbursements. After reviewing the results of tool’s output for the calendar year 2021 so far, a specific issue was brought to light – the volume of invoices that are being created by an internal WVU employee instead of by the supplier directly.
A standard control and practice in invoice processing is for the supplier to submit an invoice to receive payments for goods and services.