Which rules should have precedence?
When deciding which rules have precedence, it must be determined if there are multiple sources of funding. Are there terms that are most restrictive or some other measure? Are there flow through requirements from one funding source to the other? This video provides a look at a case study for creating a procurement manual for a grant funded program. Our speaker poses the many questions that need to be addresses; and reviews processing time limits, bidding levels, sample documents, and procurement levels and approvals.
Kenneth M. Jones
- Procurement specialist (part-time) providing training to new procurement staff at the University at Albany, SUNY
- Has trained many university staff on state procurement rules and regulations as well as the Research Foundation for SUNY (a non-profit organization) rules and regulations working with various granting agencies
- Provided procurement procedures, training, and transactional review for a research foundation for a SUNY grant-funded procurement team in Nairobi, Kenya
- Established online ordering processes with vendors ranging from office supplies to lab supplies
- More than 30 years of experience working in the public and nonprofit procurement field
- Previous purchasing experience included procuring commodities, services, and construction for the departments on campus
- Conducts regular seminars, webinars, and workshops on various procurement topics
- Past purchasing assistant for the New York State Office of Taxation and Finance
- Can be contacted at 518-875-6854 or [email protected]
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