Whether ordering from Greenfield Global (Pharmco), Fisher, Sigma or other HuskyBuy vendors, all ethyl alcohol purchases require the following handling:
Orders are placed in HuskyBuy, Central Warehouse no longer supplies.
Assign Commodity Code 85, Chemicals.
For Storrs locations, use CS CHEM ship to address unless the order is for the Chemistry Dept. (see Chemical Orders Job Aid on the HuskyBuy Job Aid webpage.)
Order MUST include “PERMIT # TF-CT-7 IS A VALID PERMIT” keyed to the “Notes to Supplier” field or the ”Product Description Field” following the product description detail. The vendor may not process your order without this statement clearly detailed on the PO .
Greenfield Global contact info: www.pharmcoaaper.com, Phone: 1-800-456-1017, orders are submitted in HuskyBuy via Goods & Services Form.
Fisher Sci & Sigma – refer to HuskyBuy punchout for ordering.
HuskyBuy is now ready for the processing of FY21 Blanket Orders and Requisitions
HB is now ready for submission of new requisitions and blanket PO requests for FY21. For Blanket orders you can create a new requisition by copying an existing requisition of your FY20 PO. Review and update pertinent information including account, dollar amount, contract number if applicable, PO valid from and to dates.
FY21 Procedure Guide
We are all set to purchase laptops on a PO through “Best Buy Business” physically located in Richfield, MN. This is the process:
- Call Jenny Rish at 612-292-0155 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Request a quote on the make and model you need.
- Mention if stock available in CT, it would either be shipped or pick-up for faster delivery.
- Note it may be in stock at another location out of state so it would need to be shipped.
- Identify delivery method (next day, 3-day, etc.)
- Create a HuskyBuy requisition using vendor number 13861-0 and mention the information listed above
If you have any issues, please contact John Clifford (email@example.com).
AirGas, UConn’s primary contracted supplier, has announced a national shortage of liquid helium. As such, AirGas has reduced the allocation of helium to the university, and has increased the price by 30%. Given current research needs, the new allocation will not meet the university’s demand. Despite challenges, Purchasing is working diligently to ensure UConn’s need is met. AirGas has offered to inspect installations and provide recommendations on conservation and loss-reduction. We will provide further updates as supply becomes readily available. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Liquid Helium Shortage Letter
Procurement Services has recently been made aware of fraudulent activity relating to the “alleged” purchase of toner, printing supplies and/or service. It appears that someone has been calling departments on campus to discuss a “placed” order and seeking to verify address delivery information. Please be advised that this is fraudulent and you should not provide such requested information. Continue reading