The Procurement Division of the University of Pretoria procures goods and services using best value practices while working collaboratively to meet the needs of the University and its customers. It is our mission to ensure that the University’s procurements are conducted in an open and fair environment whilst consistently promoting competition in full compliance with applicable policies, laws and regulations.
University Procurement Policies were created to assist each University employee who buys goods and services with University funds to be good stewards of University resources.
coordinating the procurement of goods and services for all academic, administrative, support and research departments of the University
securing competitive quotes and tenders to obtain maximum value for University spend
researching market and developing new sources of supplies to ensure availability
fostering and maintaining professional relationships with suppliers and customers
ensuring compliance with government laws, regulations and University policies
Tuks Camerata gets high recognition - 07/03/2014
Michael Barrett, composer and conductor of the University of Pretoria’s 71-member Tuks Camerata student choir, has been paid the high compliment of having one of his works published by the biggest international distributor of choral music.
Report by UP's Prof Heyns considered in EU resolution - 05/03/2014
On 27 February 2014 the European Parliament adopted Resolution 2014/2567(RSP) on the use of armed drones wherein it notes its concerns on the deaths of thousands of civilians where drones have been used. The European Parliament’s resolution comes after the 2013 reports submitted to the UN General Assembly and Human Rights Council by among others, the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Professor Christof Heyns, who is also the co-director of the Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa from the Faculty of Law at the University of Pretoria.
Research on the use of information and communication technologies - 27/02/2014
A pilot study was conducted by Prof Felicite Fairer-Wessels of the Tourism Management Division amongst selected non-profit visitor information centres (VIC) to determine whether the information managers have sufficient knowledge management capabilities in terms of tacit or explicit knowledge, the knowledge management information life cycle and knowledge management assets in terms of organisational processes.