Procurement & Business Services

// Your Strategic Business Partner //

Procurement & Business Services manages and provides service support for the “Procure-to-Pay” process and related systems.  These activities support the procurement and payment of goods and services in support of Georgia Tech's instructional, research, and public service programs.  Procurement & Business Services is comprised of Purchasing, PCard, Business Systems, Accounts Payable, Travel, Insurance & Claims, Logistics/Surplus, and Property Control.

Important Updates from Procurement & Business Services

Expense Report Receipts in ImageNow/WebNow

Expense Report receipts are being received and processed into the ImageNow application.  However, we are still unable to send an auto-reply from the expense email account. Please do not re-submit your receipts because you didn't receive a confirmation email.

Travel Reimbursement Change for Travel within Georgia - Effective September 1, 2017

Effective September 1, 2017, employees traveling overnight within the State of Georgia or “In State” will now receive 100% reimbursement on the first and last day of travel, less any provided meal(s)...

New Rush Payment Request Form – Effective May 1, 2017

The Rush Payment Request Policy 5.5.1.4 has recently been updated.  Beginning May 1, 2017, the Rush Payment Request form is to be completed, and submitted with all payments requests that are considered to be a rush...

Important PCard Program Changes Concerning New State PCard Policy – Effective April 1, 2017

The PCard Program changes went into effect April 1, 2017 reflecting requirements in the New State PCard Policy...

Viewing T&E Receipts and Invoices - Browser Compatibility

Beginning with version 52 of Firefox, Java plugin is no longer supported.  ImageNow/WebNow requires Java plugin in order to view documents...

BuzzMart Training Update

On March 1, 2017 Procurement rolled out a new BuzzMart Training Guide. The new online modules for BuzzMart Shopper and Requester provide step-by-step direction for entering requisitions in BuzzMart. The new Purchasing Policies and Procedures training provides an overview of purchasing rules...

Rental of Private Residence Not Allowed for Travel

The Institute has been notified by the State Accounting Office that the rental of a private residence is unallowable, and should not be considered as a lodging option by travelers. This would include properties available through online private rental services (Air B&B, VRBO, HomeAway, etc)...