Working at the University of California

The UCOP Procurement Services team administers UC acquisition policies and programs while partnering with campuses to establish and manage systemwide agreements. Please refer to our UCOP Procurement Team directory for a full list of contacts.

  • Working at the Office of the President and in need of procurement assistance? Procurement Services at UCOP facilitates local contracts and purchasing needs for all Office of the President business groups. Contact for more information.
  • For specific campus purchasing needs and questions, please contact your local campus procurement team: Campus Procurement Directories
  • Need more information or help identifying systemwide agreements? The University of California establishes systemwide agreements for goods and services that are commonly purchased across each of the university’s locations. Systemwide agreements are typically created through a competitive selection process that considers the business requirements and policies of the university’s locations, the quality of goods and services provided by the supplier, as well as the price of goods and services.

Find more information about the various services provided by UCOP Procurement below.

Systemwide RFPs

Strategic sourcing Requests For Proposals on systemwide projects.

UC Procurement On Stage

These webinars feature informative presentations by UC Procurement Professionals on procurement and supply chain topics. Participation is voluntary. See calendar for list of events.

UC/US Bank Expanded Partnership Program

Partnership with U.S. Bank to support student internships, payment systems research, financial literacy and more!

Equipment Management

Establishes procedures for the management and control of all inventorial equipment under the care and custody of the regents.

Sustainable Procurement

Here you will find information on University of California sustainable procurement practices, policies and projects. Sustainable Procurement at the University of California focuses on environmental, economic and social impacts.

Supplier Diversity Coordinators

Campus contacts for engaging Small Business.