UTM Procurement offers a number of programs and services to facilitate the acquisition of goods and services for faculty and staff.
These programs are designed to:
- Streamline processes
- Improve efficiency
- Enhance accountability
- Ensure policy compliance
These programs and services are supported by a variety of tools and methodologies depending on total purchase value.
- Competitive Procurement
- How to purchase Goods and Services
- Consulting Services
- Non-Competitive Procurement
- Purchasing Cards
- Capital Asset Internal Sale or Disposal
- Purchasing Restricted Substances
Purchase Order Service Level Commitment:
UTM Procurement is committed to approving Purchase Orders and Changes within five (5) business days from receipt of all required supporting documentation.
Information related to Principal Investigators (PIs) and business officers in navigating the Procurement website for research-related procurement, ensuring purchases are compliant with U of T policies, provincial and federal trade agreements, and sponsor requirements.
Please see Research Procurement.
Supplier Contracts and Agreements:
Information on what to include in a contract or agreement, the University’s Signing Authority, and lists key terms that should be considered when drafting purchasing contracts with suppliers. It also provides links to related templates and Governing Council Policies.
Please see Supplier Contracts and Agreements.
Information related to the various types of supporting documentation that must accompany all purchasing transactions including critical elements when submitting a Purchase Order.
Please see Supporting Documentation.