Frequently Asked Questions
What is a ProCard?
The ProCard empowers users, within approved limits, to procure authorized goods and services directly from vendors who accept MasterCard. The card can also be used to pay for authorized travel and entertainment expenses. For ProCard information go to Accounts Payable (new window) or email: email@example.com (new window)
What is a Master Agreement?
Master Service agreements are those entered into between Georgetown and a supplier that set out standard terms that control future transactions entered into between the parties. Each time that a transaction is entered into, the terms of the master service agreement do not need to be re-negotiated. Please note that master agreements are facilitated by procurement services, and can only be created, extended, re-negotiated, or otherwise amended by a member of the procurement services team.
What are Procurement Services?
Procurement Services is comprised of the Strategic Sourcing and Contracts department. Procurement services personnel work collaboratively with colleagues across the university to source, contract, and pay for goods and services that are furnished by external providers (“suppliers”).
The Strategic Sourcing Department is to support schools and departments in the acquisition of products and services for Georgetown University.
The Contracts Department serves as a resource in connection with multiple phases of contracts for purchased goods and services, contract drafting, review, and contract management.
How Do I get an Invoice Paid?
Georgetown University requires purchase orders for non-ProCard payments above $500. GU personnel should request that suppliers send PO-based invoices directly to Accounts Payable. Sending PO-based invoices elsewhere may delay payment processing. Suppliers should direct PO-based invoices to the following address:
Georgetown University Accounts Payable
2121 Wisconsin Ave, Suite 400
PO Box 571165
Washington, DC 20057
POfirstname.lastname@example.org (new window)