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Procurement Services



CPDT Classes

Registration for all three procurement-related classes is available within Osprey Ascend.

  • Procurement 101 (2 hrs): Participants in this class will receive an overview of the procurement process at UNF as well as learn how to navigate the Banner procurement related screens. This class is recommended for anyone who will be making or approving purchases/expenditures for their department. 
  • iContracts (2 hrs): Participants in this class will learn how to enter new agreements into iContracts including the uploading of the attachment that requires signature by the delegated authority searching for agreements using the Global Search feature and setting personal views in order to query agreements in iContracts. This class is recommended for staff, specifically office managers, that need to have agreements for services reviewed by General Counsel and signed on behalf of the University.
  • P-Card Concur (3 hrs): This course is recommended for individuals who wish to participate in the Visa Procurement Card (P-Card) process as a Cardholder or Delegate. This is a three hour class on the monthly reconciliation process (Concur and Sun Trust) and the coding of P-Card transactions in Concur.

Change Order Request

The change order request form is accessible online through myWings. Under the 'Employee Resources' option in the myWings left menu select 'Employee Forms' then select 'Banner Online Forms.' Scroll down to Procurement Services to find the link for a Purchase Order Change Request. 

Instructions for Accessing a Change Order  

Banner 9 

To help you navigate the new Banner 9 system, resources are available below. Should you need any assistance, please call Procurement Services at (904) 620-2730 or email

What Requisition method should I use?  

Reminder: Items purchased that cost $5,000 or more are considered a capital asset and must be tagged accordingly.

Recent changes to the Banner Requisition screen:

  • Screen now defaults to Document Level Accounting
  • Entry of a commodity code is no longer required 

Only uncheck the Document Level Accounting box if your Requisition includes a combination of capital ($5,000 or more per unit) and non-capital (less than $5,000 per unit) items on the same Requisition document. 

For example:

  • If you are requesting to buy a $15,000 Dell computer server (capital item) and a $300 HP printer (non-capital item) on the same Requisition, you would uncheck the Document Level Accounting box and enter each item on a separate line with the correct funding source (FOAP/Index) and account code. 
  • But if you were buying four (4) different non-capital furniture items (three chairs and a table), because they are all non-capital, you would not uncheck the Document Level Accounting box.