In April, we announced the launch of a portal designed to improve services offered by the Financial Resources Accounting section. We digitized two forms and added them to the portal. We added a third form to the portal.
We’re pleased to announce that Financial Resources’ Procurement section has made changes to reception in SciQuest. For low-risk catalogue purchases — under $5,000 — we’re moving to a two-way match (PO-invoice) effective May 31, 2021.
One of the Procurement-to-Pay (P2P) Reengineering project initiatives has been to fully digitize purchasing card (PCard)-related requests. This will now allow faculties and services to submit requests safely online and track them in a portal. The result? Fast, efficient and flexible processing of requests.
Improving the transfer of accounts payable forms and other faculty and service documents is an initiative of the Procurement-to-Pay (P2P) Reengineering project. The Financial Resources Accounting section is proud to launch a new portal allowing faculties and services to safely submit their requests online and track them. The result? Fast, efficient and flexible processing of requests.
Last month, we told you about some of the areas for P2P improvement the Procurement and Accounting teams had begun tackling as part of the Procurement-to-Pay (P2P) Reengineering project. We would like to share the improvements the team will be working on this fall.
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic slowed down the assessment phase of the project, we’re happy to report that this phase officially ended in mid-August. We’re now entering the project’s second phase, in which we aim to deploy our rapid gains and plan more complex improvements.
In February, we kicked off the Procurement-to-Pay (P2P) Reengineering project by launching a series of workshops aimed at understanding the current state of uOttawa P2P processes. These are now complete, and we would like to thank participants for their input and time.
The Administrative Services Modernization Program kicked off the Procure-to-Pay (P2P) Reengineering project by bringing together representatives from central functions, faculties and services to talk about their P2P experiences through a series of workshops in February and March.