Responsible for the competitive procurement of goods and services through competative contracting and other methods, the Supplier Diversity Initiative (SWaM), the Small Purchase Charge Card (SPCC) program, and Fixed Assets Management, the Office of Procurement serves both the W&M and VIMS campuses.
The Office of Procurement manages the College's e-procurement system, eVA
- The SPCC (Small Purchase Charge Card) program is the preferred method of payment for procuring low dollar goods and services and offers departments the opportunity to streamline the transaction process.
- Our Supplier Diversity/SWaM (Small, Women-owned and Minority-owned Business) program focuses on increasing supplier diversity at the College and providing assistance and advocacy to SWaM vendors desiring to conduct business with the College.
- Fixed Assets Management records and manages all fixed assets and surplus property.
The College of William and Mary is one of nine publicly funded Commonwealth of Virginia colleges and universities that fully conform to the rules governing procurement and the Virginia Association of State Colleges and University Purchasing Professionals (VASCUPP). Additional information is available in the VASCUPP Purchasing Manual for Institutions of Higher Education and Their Vendors (pdf).
Business hours for the Office of Procurement are 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Every Tuesday, a senior procurement officer is on-site at the VIMS campus in the Sower’s building to assist with any procurement needs.