Getting Started in the Western Marketplace
Supplies for Returning to Campus – Related to COVID-19
Over the past few months, many safety and cleaning products have been delayed or are unavailable through regular Vendors. Procurement is working hard to secure the supply of essential products using a centralized approach to ensure security of supply and control of price.
What is the Western Marketplace?
The Western Marketplace is Western's online system used to order goods and services. You will be able to place orders through the Western Marketplace and have purchase orders directly sent to vendors.
Quickly and easily shop for your needs, then check out and go!
See what the Western Marketplace has to offer you and your department!
Don't have access to the Western Marketplace yet?
To be added to the Marketplace as a user, please fill out this eSign Form.
Sign up for a Training course. Upcoming classes are listed under Business & Financial Systems on the HR Training page.
Once you've been given the appropriate system access, you'll be able to use the Western Marketplace to make purchases for your office or department.
Is your purchase going to be more than $10,000?
Departments are required to consult with Procurement prior to making a financial commitment over $10,000. Orders that are over $10,000 require a competitive bid process. The competitive process involves procuring a minimum of 3 competitive quotes for the goods/service in question.
If you are planning a purchase over $10,000 contact us in Procurement as soon as you have finalized your need. The earlier we are involved in the process the better deals we can get you.
In addition, these competitive quotes are required to be a sealed bid process. If over $100,000, the bids get posted onto the Washington Electronic Business Solution (WEBS) site for vendors to access and respond. Sealed bid process is only for $100,000 and over.