Procurement and Disbursement Services

Welcome to the homepage of Prairie View A&M University’s Department of Procurement and Disbursement Services, a division of Business Affairs. It is our goal to provide exceptional customer service while developing strategic business relations with suppliers and processing timely departmental requests, while utilizing continuous improvement methodologies to increase the overall efficiency of the procurement process.

Procurement and Disbursement Services is committed to supporting the University in achieving its first-class status in teaching, research and service. Our goal is to ensure operational efficiency while maintaining compliance with applicable laws, policies, rules and regulations. Service components include Purchasing, Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program, Contracts, Travel & Expense Services (Pro-card & Travel Card), Accounts Payable, Central Receiving and Asset Management.  

4Cs - Business Affairs Imperatives

Customer Care:  We will provide exceptional customer care in a  timely  and respectful manner  while exceeding expectations.

Communication:  We will communicate in a timely and efficient manner until your issue is resolved to your satisfaction 

Compliance:  We will remain and help YOU to remain in compliance with all applicable laws and ethical standards.

Commitment:  We are committed to going the “extra mile” beyond the tasks and responsibilities of our jobs to further the mission of the University.

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OMB Uniform Guidance

Prairie View A&M University has delayed implementation of the new Uniform Guidance Procurement standards until Fiscal year 2018 as provided by the waiver of the procurement rules stated in COFAR FAQ, section 110-6, released November 26, 2014. In the interim, The Prairie View A&M University’s existing policies and procedures and OMB circulars (A-110 and A-21) will continue to apply.

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