Procurement & Contracts

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Understanding the Purchasing Process

When purchasing items using Foundation funds there are policies and laws you must follow to ensure each purchase makes good business sense, and will benefit the educational mission of the university. The goal of the Procurement Services department is to acquire the products and services your department needs at a reasonable cost, consistent with your quality and time requirements, and in compliance with policies. Foundation Procurement is also here to protect you and the university. The only individual permitted to enter into contract on behalf of the CSUDH Foundation is the Foundation Executive Director. All agreements must be sent to cf@csudh.edu for proper vetting.

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As a CSU auxiliary we commit ourselves to provide dedicated service to our customers, apply our best, unbiased judgment and maintain the highest ethical and moral standards in the conduct of CSU business.

We guide our activity through the application and adherence to the following commonly shared values and ethical standards in our daily interaction with suppliers and University customers:

  • Conduct business in good faith; demanding honest, legal, and ethical practices from all participants in the procurement process.
  • Foster an open environment by being fair and reasonable in all dealings.
  • At no time and under no circumstances accept directly or indirectly gifts, gratuities or other things of value which might influence, or appear to influence, procurement decisions.
  • Promote positive supplier/contractor relationships by according vendor representatives courteous, fair and ethical treatment.
  • Make reasonable efforts to negotiate equitable and mutually agreeable settlements of controversies with supplier(s).
  • Avoid involvement in any transactions/activities that could be considered to be a conflict between personal interests and the interests of the CSU.
  • Know and obey the letter and spirit of laws governing the procurement functions and remain alert to the legal ramifications of procurement decisions.
  • Adhere to CSU Information Technology compliance for business intelligence solutions, cloud computing, e-business and e-commerce, intelligent systems, mobile computing, mobile commerce, and social computing.
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Jinna Matzen

Manager

Business and Procurement Operations

310.243.3244

jmatzen@csudh.edu

Isabel Ramirez

Admin Support Coordinator

310.243.3306

iramirez@csudh.edu

Patty Young

Accounts Payable Specialist

310.243.3241

pyoung@csudh.edu

 

Important Addresses:

Receiving:

CSU Dominguez Hills Foundation

1000 E. Victoria St.

(Please Place Appropriate Dept.)

PO#

Carson, CA 90747

Invoicing:

CSU Dominguez Hills Foundation
Attn: Accounts Payable