University of California Procurement Services uses the following systems and tools for managing procurement operations, including spend and benefit tracking and reporting as well as sourcing and supplier management. Please reference the links below for training, access and additional information.


Guidance on using the collaborative web-based solution for Sourcing, Contracting and Spend for the UC and CSU Procurement systems

Content Enablement

Learn more about supplier content enablement and management


Learn about the different UC eProcurement systems

UC Benefit Bank

Highlighting the work we do every day in a consistent, accurate and verifiable way

Request Access

Supplier Diversity Database

Access our extensive database of diverse suppliers to better inform your procurement decisions and spend analytics.

Supplier Diversity Training

Prevailing Wage

How to determine when prevailing wage applies.


Fair Wage/Fair Work & PPACA Resources

General • Verification • Legal • Policy

Procure-to-Pay (P2P)

P2P creates value for the University by optimizing procurement and accounts payable practices through the use of common processes, standard tools, increased awareness and ultimately, shared systems.

Resources | Invoicing, Terms & Settlement Matrix

Sustainable Procurement

Here you will find specific trainings and material on University of California sustainable procurement policies and guidelines. Sustainable Procurement at the University of California focuses on environmental, economic and social impacts.

Accessible Procurement

Use these guidelines, a checklist for RFPs, and other resources to ensure that procurement procedures select products and services, including software and hardware, that are accessible to people with disabilities.

Additional Training Resources

Training resources on various topics.