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  • Change Roadmap: Upcoming Projects and Enhancements

    2024-02-23
    This page serves as a one-stop shop for departments and stakeholders across Stanford to stay up to date with projects and enhancements, as well as associated resources to support them.
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  • Continuous Improvements to Fingate

    2024-02-22
    FMS is continuously working to improve the Fingate user experience. Planned and completed changes range from search improvements, navigation updates and content revisions. Learn more about recent and upcoming changes on this news page.
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  • Digital Payments Temporarily Inaccessible During Transition to New Platform

    2023-11-30
    This winter, J.P. Morgan is replacing the payment platform it uses for Digital Payments , a payment method that allows Stanford to quickly reimburse visitors for certain domestic travel expenses using either Zelle, a secure nationwide digital payment network, or Automated Clearing House (ACH) bank...
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  • Quartzy now available through SmartMart Catalog Suppliers

    2023-11-27
    Quartzy, a lab inventory management software and lab supplies provider, has offered Stanford users direct access to their services and supplies through their website for the past 10 years. The inventory management services were offered free of charge while the lab supplies could be purchased by...
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  • Protect Your Purchasing Card and Travel Card from Fraud over Winter Close

    2023-11-15
    Consumer fraud increased more than 30% in 2022, costing consumers nearly $8.8 billion, according to a recent report from the Federal Trade Commission , with online shopping one of the top causes of fraud. Fraudulent charges on Stanford-issued credit cards also typically peak during the winter...
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  • Updated Card Suspension Process to Support Proper Use

    2023-11-07
    An updated suspension process for individual (not departmental) Purchasing Cards (PCards) and Travel Cards (TCards) rolls out in Fiscal Year 2024. Designed to reduce risk to the university and encourage financial stewardship of these university-issued credit cards, the updated suspension process... Updated article on October 9, 2023
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  • Updated resources to support honoraria and human subject payments

    2023-10-10
    There has been a significant increase in the number of honoraria payments and payments to human subjects, including related travel reimbursements, since university operations fully resumed following the COVID-19 pandemic. For instance, from calendar year 2019 to 2022, the number of honoraria...
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  • Creating Opportunities through the Supplier Diversity Initiative

    2023-09-22
    Suppliers play a critical role in enabling the university to realize its mission and live its values. Given the critical role of the supplier and Stanford's decentralized purchasing approach which allows individual departments to make purchasing decisions that are tailored to their specific needs...
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  • July Enhancements to the PCard Module

    2023-07-14
    In an ongoing effort to improve and streamline the Stanford Purchasing Card (PCard) experience, several enhancements to the Purchasing Card module within Oracle Financials will launch on July 17. Additionally, to continually improve and support purchasing practices and policies that are compliant...
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  • New Course Now Required to Access iProcurement

    2023-06-22
    The purchase of goods and services plays a big part in helping to achieve the university’s mission. Faculty and staff who make purchases have a key role in stewarding the university’s resources. Stanford Financial Management Services (FMS) recently launched FIN-0420: Preferred Purchasing Methods to... New FIN-0420: Preferred Purchasing Methods course now required to access iProcurement
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