UCLA Campus Purchasing, the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) and other UC campuses enter into a wide range of agreements to provide goods and services to the best total and protect the university by applying appropriate purchasing conditions. Class A orders are authorizations against campus-wide (Class K) framework contracts (Class K) or sales contracts entered into by Campus Purchasing with suppliers. They contain discounts, terms and conditions of service that have been verified and negotiated by purchases to protect the interests of the university. Depending on the type of goods or services obtained on a hedge, source of financing and amount of the ceiling, the purchase may require that it be subject to an auction procedure before it can be renewed. Divisions may process Class A shares for orders exceeding the university`s LVO limit if the limit has been set by purchase at an amount above the current LVO limit. Class K orders are campus-wide framework contracts that are not limited to a particular department. Most departments can use established agreements with Class K framework orders by issuing Class A authorizations against them. Many agreements between the university and its suppliers are in the form of an order (PO) that uses the standard conditions of the university, or, for state-funded purchases, the purchase conditions required by the U.S. government. Within UCLA`s invoice purchase and credit system, there are two types of flat-rate orders: UCLA uses the services of many providers on campus and in the community. These articles guide you through the processes in which you make your service decisions and purchases. A complete list of creditors with service agreements with the university can be included in the list of lender agreements. Class B orders are restricted frames that can only be used by the department identified by the department`s four-digit code before the order number.
His department should keep a list of Open Class B framework contracts when they have been created. The list must contain a remaining amount and expiry date so that your department can track usage and request change orders if they need to add money or renew the framework contract. Campus purchases have established 0000K agreements for use by each UCLA department.