All forms and contract templates that relate to Procurement Services' processes and procedures can be found on this page.
Non-Competitive Purchase Documentation
Formerly known as "Sole Source," this form is designed to assist in complying with the Non-Competitive Policy. This form is to be signed by the person seeking a non-competitive purchase and shall be signed by the principal business officer.
U.S. Citizenship Attestation Form
Effective October 1, 2009, service contractors shall use a federal immigration verification system to determine the work eligibility status of new employees physically performing services with the State of Nebraska pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. 4-108 to 4-114 as amended. Service contracts with individuals for work done within the State of Nebraska must include a United States Citizenship Attestation Form.
Further information including Consulting Agreement Templates, a Decision Tree, and a Compliance Procedure document concerning LB403 can be found under:
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For immediate assistance, contact us at 402-472-2126 during regular university business hours.
Using the University's Standard Agreement Template
Please contact Procurement Services or your business office for the most current Standard Agreement Template.
As of July 1, 2017, only the most current Standard Agreement Templates will be accepted for review and signature. All other contract templates will be returned.
Using the University's Fee For Service Agreement Template
Please contact Procurement Services or your business office for the most current Fee for Service Agreement Template.
University departments may use this contract template to document the service rendered to an outside entity. Every effort should be given to always use the university’s revenue template. The template should not be given to a project coordinator or to the company to complete – their part in the process will be to provide the department’s business office staff with the information required to complete the template.
The contract negotiations need to begin as soon as possible. There may be numerous “back-and-forth” edits before the document is ready for signatures. Contract language negotiations should always be between Procurement Services and the company. Business office staff and/or project coordinators should not try to negotiate changes to contract language.
As of July 1, 2017, only the most current Fee for Service Agreement Templates will be accepted for review and signature. All other contract templates will be returned.