Doing Business with Mount Royal University
Mount Royal's Purchase Order Terms and Conditions Apr192016 are now available here.
The purchasing of goods and services at Mount Royal University is primarily the responsibility of Supply Chain Services. The overriding objective of Supply Chain Services is to acquire goods and services in a manner that results in the best overall value to MRU. Open competitions cover a broad range of procurement opportunities to support departments and their requirements. Procurements of goods, services and construction are subject to regional and national trade agreements and internal governance in accordance with policies and procedures.
How to become a Vendor
Typically new vendors are sourced by the buyer's in the Purchasing department, or are vendors who have responded to a competitive bid opportunity. Vendors who are interested in supplying goods or services to Mount Royal University are encouraged to introduce themselves through firstname.lastname@example.org.
New vendors must complete a Vendor Information Form that ensures we have correct information from the vendor. EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) payments are the method of payment for Mount Royal University's Canadian vendors.
New Vendor Setup & Direct Deposit (EFT) Information Sheet.
Bid opportunity notices are advertised on MERX and on the Alberta Purchasing Connection (APC) site. Bid opportunity documents will be available through MERX. MRU invites any interested bidder who can fulfill the bid requirements to respond to the advertised opportunity.
Bid opportunities are generally in three main categories: Goods, Services and Construction. The process used for solicitations are typically in the form of an Invitation to Tender (ITT), Request for Proposal (RFP) or Request for Quotation (RFQ).
Obtaining a Bid Package
MERX Website: www.merx.com/mru
Mount Royal's Customs Broker is Livingston International.