Procurement COVID Campus Guidance
Procurement Services works collaboratively with campus departments and the vendor community to ensure strategic sourcing, contract management and efficient procurement processes to meet the needs of the campus community and positively impact the campus and beyond. Additional University guidance is available at University COVID-19.Procurement Campus Guidance
The Department of Procurement Services is responsible for the procurement of goods, services and construction for ODU.
Procurement Services provides innovative, value-added procurement and property control solutions and services for the University that:
- anticipate customers' needs;
- exceed customers' expectations;
- foster strong, continuing relations with stake holders;
- develop excellent business deals;
- save tax dollars; and
- position ODU as a leader in promoting the socioeconomic interests of the Commonwealth
Contracts & Purchasing
Contract Administration, Purchasing Guidance, Forms, and more.
Electronic receiving is used for all eVA purchase orders, except capital construction.
Virginia's online system for soliciting and purchasing goods & services.
PCards allow departmental cardholders to conduct small dollar transactions.
Surplus & Disposal
Equipment returns and proper inventory and disposal of ODU property.
Laws & Policies
The Laws, Policies, and Procedures for Procurement Services.
Information for vendors wishing to do business with the University.
A SWaM vendor is a certified Small, Women-owned or Minority-owned business.
We offer a multi-section training program on procurement and purchasing activity.
Ensuring that all payments for the University are processed.
Information for doing business with the University.
State travel policies, regulations & procedures.
Old Dominion University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.