Purchasing and Accounts Payable
Recent updates and changes:
Please be advised the General Services Administration announced that the FY 2017 per diem reimbursement rates are now available at http://www.gsa.gov/perdiem. The rates are effective October 1, 2016.
In order to see the FY 2017 rates, select 2017 from the dropdown box above the map of the United States. On October 1, 2016, the default setting in the dropdown box will change to FY 2017.
The 2017 standard lodging reimbursement for CONUS (continental United States) destinations will change to $91 per day. The meals and incidental expense tiers remain unchanged for FY 2017 and range from $51-74.
GSA has the responsibility for establishing the per diem rates that Federal agencies use to reimburse their Federal travelers for expenses incurred while on official travel within the continental United States (CONUS). GSA continues to use the industry-based Average Daily Rate, a widely accepted lodging-industry measure, to establish lodging rates in each non-standard area (NSA). This data is obtained through a leading provider of hotel lodging industry data. As in prior years, GSA continues to use mid-price properties in areas where the majority of Federal travelers stay.
The Research Foundation must ensure that all expenditures comply with sponsor, Research Foundation and University guidelines. In addition, in accordance with federal requirements all expenditures must be reasonable, allowable and allocable to the sponsored project. The Research Foundation purchasing operation at Binghamton is primarily decentralized. This means the authorization to purchase has been delegated to the project level. The roles of our purchasing and accounts payable staff are to assist project staff with the purchase of necessary project items and equipment at the best price possible; establish quality relationships with suppliers that will meet project needs; and get goods, products and services to project staff as quickly as possible. We also ensure funds are available to support the purchases. We work closely with the state purchasing office when state funds are being used to support sponsored project purchases.
We also monitor payments to suppliers and support the concept of prompt payment. The purchasing and accounts payable department in Sponsored Funds will work with you to resolve any delays of receipt of materials or payment problems.
Policies and Procedures
When Bids and Formal Proposals are Required
Bids or formal proposals are required based on the estimated total dollar amount of the purchase requisition. The following table shows the requirements for the solicitation of bids and proposals:
up to $50,000.00
no bids or proposals required. Must have written quotation from chosen supplier. Discretionary purchasing without formal competition, but must have justification for the selection and reasonableness of price over $20,000.00.
over $50,000.00 to $100,000.00
a minimum of three written quotes or proposals.
Note: If the purchase is for fabrications, construction or other custom purchases, refer to the following block, "Sealed Bids or Proposals."
a minimum of three written bids which are secured thru Sponsored Funds Purchasing office . Must be bid unless item(s) are on NYS contract. Here is NYS contract weblink: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/SearchBrowse.asp
Sealed Bids or Proposals:
The sealed bid or proposal process includes the following steps:
- preparing and distributing the solicitation,
- receiving the bids or proposals,
- opening and evaluating the bids or proposals in a meeting, and
- selecting a supplier.
A single source procurement is a purchase from a supplier chosen without soliciting the minimum number of bids or proposals, despite the fact that competition exists, because of extenuating circumstances (e.g., integration with current system is essential or changing equipment will have an adverse effect on research, emergency situation).
A sole source procurement is a purchase from the only available supplier for the product or service. Therefore, no bids or proposals are required. Note: Since "single" and "sole" source procurements are often difficult to document, it is important to contact the purchasing department in Sponsored Funds for assistance before making any commitment to a supplier. The following form must be used for single/sole source purchase: Single_sole source documentation.
We now have a Procurement Card issued thru Bank of America that can be used for many purchases under $2,500.00 including travel expenses. Please consider this option before requesting an EPO account.
This process can be used for orders under $2,500.00. Principal investigator and or delegate have the ability to obtain confirming purchase order numbers to order supplies thru phone call to supplier. Project personnel can request electronic purchase order (EPO) access to obtain a EPO at any time. This process expedites purchasing of necessary supplies and/or services without having to issue a formal PO. If supplier wants official PO then do not request an EPO. You can provide a confirming phone PO number to the supplier. The supplier should mail or email invoice to email@example.com. We have a 2-way match for invoice payments. We match invoice to EPO. If there is no invoice to EPO discrepancies then per the automated invoice payment exception handling approval process, you authorize invoice payment within 10 business days of receipt of invoice unless we are informed from PI or staff to not make payment to supplier. We also have a workflow email that will ask for confirmation/receipt of goods ordered. You will receive this email notification 7 days after order placed. And every 7 days until you acknowledge receipt of goods ordered. If you return item(s) to supplier, we will get credit invoice to credit project. As always, you have the Research Foundation Report Center and Principal Investigator dashboard access to review all payment activity or call 76752 to discuss any purchasing or accounts payable matters.
After an order has been placed with a supplier, the original invoice is mailed to Accounts Payable in Sponsored Funds. If the original invoice is received by project personnel, please forward it to Sponsored Funds. We will make payment to the supplier with original invoice unless special circumstances are noted on the copy of the invoice. It is important that we pay our suppliers on a timely basis. Forward to Sponsored Funds the receiving copy of the Purchase Order with an “OK to pay” note as soon as your supplies or services have been received.
If project personnel have already purchased items that are used for the conduct of a sponsored project and require reimbursement, a Research Foundation Purchase Requisition/Payment Voucher is completed. Attach all original paperwork pertaining to the reimbursement request. If there are any special circumstances involved, please note on the reimbursement request. If any of the receipts are more than 6 months from reimbursement request, than a note as to the reason for the late submission MUST be provided with the payment voucher. This is the same for travel expense claim. The IRS can consider late submission of reimbursement to be a taxable event. Please submit reimbursement claims as soon as you can.
This type of expense is generally not allowed on federal awards. However, is allowable on infrastructure/incentive awards. We require the original receipt, note as to purpose of meeting, why the meeting was held at that time and those in attendance.
To engage an independent contractor, the following actions are required:
Classification form is used to determine status of independent contractor and to verify individual is not an employee. The form Classification as Independent Contractor or Employee for Technical or Professional Services is completed. The form asks what is commonly referred to "Twenty Factors of the Common Law Test." The form and assistance are available from Sponsored Funds. If the classification determines the individual is an employee, then payment must be processed through the Research Foundation payroll system. If the classification determines the person providing the services is an independent contractor, payment is processed through the accounts payable process. The process for payment through the payroll system is addressed in the Human Resources and Payroll section.
Determine the person's citizenship status for tax purposes. Two separate tax schedules are used dependent upon the independent contractor's citizenship. Non-U.S. citizen payments require pre-withholding of federal taxes. The contractor will be notified of status. If the payment to the contractor is between $600 and $2,499.99, then a technical services agreement is provided to the contractor. If payment is over $2,500, a formal technical services agreement is processed and must be signed by the contractor before payment. The contractor is provided a copy of the appropriate agreement. Once the independent contractor forms are completed and services provided, payment is made upon submission of an invoice. Payments to independent contractors are considered miscellaneous income and a Social Security number or Employee Identification number is required from each contractor. For payments greater than $600, the Research Foundation will issue IRS Form 1099 Miscellaneous Income to the contractor.
Note: Payment to non-U.S. citizens can be complicated and there are specific tax issues that require careful attention. Before any commitment of payment to a non-U.S. citizen, contact Sponsored Funds to ensure payment can be made and that required documents are completed.
The Research Foundation makes payments to persons who participate in sponsored projects as human subjects. There must be Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval before we can make and human subject payment. We need to know IRB # and when the protocol active dates or when expires. Payments to human subjects are considered non-employee compensation and are subject to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) annual reporting requirements for miscellaneous income (1099 reporting). Single payments greater than $100.00 should be paid directly to the human subject/participant. All financial details of the human subject are kept in strictest confidence and do not breach human subject confidentiality requirements. We generally issue payment to the human subject directly unless there are special circumstances. Gift cards can be given to human subject in lieu of cash. The Principle Investigator (PI) will need to purchase the gift cards and we will reimburse the PI. We must have original detailed receipt along with name and amount paid to each subject participant. Here is a payment form that can be used to document payment to human subject. For special arrangements with payments to human subjects contact the Director of Accounts Payable, Purchasing and Travel at 76752.
An honorarium, and in some circumstances, reimbursement of expenses is often paid to a lecturer or speaker when the presentation is not extensive or the lecturer does not ask for compensation. SUNY policy does permit the payment of honoraria but limits to $100.00 per day plus expenses.
The campus has an Advance Account to fund rush or emergency orders. This includes, but is not limited to, travel, registration, salary and prepaid orders. Advances should be used on an exception basis. Please note on the purchase requisition/payment voucher if rush processing is required, or call X6752 to discuss. We will advise you of the best way to expedite the order.
We have the ability to wire transfer funds to most national and international locations. A notation needs to be made on the purchase requisition if a wire transfer is required. In some cases the wire transfer will not be any faster than first class or air mail. There is a fee for processing wire transfers. The bank name, address, account number, the name of the account, and routing number are required to accommodate wire transfers.
Payments to non U.S. citizens can be very complicated. Generally payments to nonresident aliens take approximately two weeks. In certain cases we cannot make payments for honorarium or travel costs. Please consult with the Sponsored Funds staff before engaging nonresident aliens. The following provides general guidance with the process for making payments to nonresident aliens:
-The Form "Request for Alien Information"is completed.
-Form "W-8 Certificate of Foreign Status" is completed by all non-resident aliens. All non-resident aliens must have an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) or Social Security Number (SSN) before payment can be made.
-Based on the information received it is determined if the payment is taxable or exempt from taxation. If the individual is from a country that has a US Tax Treaty, Form "8233 Exemption from Withholding from Compensation" is completed. Upon submission of the Form 8233 to the IRS we will release payment to the non-resident alien after a mandated 10 day waiting period. If the United States and the non-resident alien's country do not have a tax treaty, all payments are subject to a 30% pre-withholding tax. Either the payment is taxed and the resulting payment to the non-resident alien decreased or the payment can be increased to cover the tax. In some cases payments to travel agencies are also taxable. Since each payment can be unique it is important to consult with Sponsored Funds prior to engagement of a non-resident alien.
The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables citizens of participating countries to travel to the U.S. for tourism or business for 90 days or less without obtaining a U.S. visa. To see entire text click this link.
As a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, the Research Foundation is exempt from sales tax on goods and services purchased or obtained within New York State. Tax exempt forms are available for Research Foundation purchases or payments. Most businesses in New York accept the tax exempt form. If the tax exemption is NOT waived by the supplier/business, then provide a notation on the reimbursement request and consideration of reimbursement for the tax will be made by Sponsored Funds. Many businesses outside of New York state do not accept the tax exemption waiver. The Research Foundation DOES reimburse for out of state taxes paid.
The campus has identified persons authorized to sign on behalf of the Research Foundation. It is imperative that if you are forwarded any type of document for an authorized signature, this could be maintenance, lease, rental and software agreements, changes to project terms and conditions, etc that you not sign but forward to Sponsored Funds for review and endorsement. An authorized signatory on the document provides you with the administrative and legal protection under the corporation. Please contact the Associate Vice Provost for Research Administration in Sponsored Funds if there are questions.
We have the ability to make direct deposit reimbursements to you. Please complete this form and hand deliver to Accounts Payable in Sponsored Funds. We will then set-up and or update the Oracle supplier record to make direct deposit to your selected bank or credit union account. After we make the payment, you will receive an email notification of the payment so you know that payment has been deposited into your account.
Some sponsors require we establish purchasing goals and objectives from MWBE suppliers. Following are some internet links that will assisnt you with meeting MWBE goals and objectives:
A searchable directory of Certified Minority and Women Owned businesses in New York is here.
Below is a list of minority and women owned businesses in Broome County:
A & G CONSTRUCTION
741 HAWLEYTON ROAD, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Anthony Gawlinski Phone: (607)669-4424
A ANTHONY CORP
20-24 WALL STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: A anthony Serdula Phone: (607)771-4699 Fax: (607)771-6749
A N D CONTRACTING CO
12 S LODER AVENUE, ENDICOTT, NY 13760
Contact: Andrea Michael Phone: (607)748-6995 Fax: (607)748-9779
1220 CHERESE LANE, BINGHAMTON, NY 13905
Contact: Nancy O'brien Phone: (607)797-3737 Fax: (607)797-2877
APEX PINNACLE CORP
16 CANAL STREET, PORT CRANE, NY 13833
Contact: Judilyn Bishop Phone: (607)648-5889 Fax: (607)648-5172
232 VENTAL PARKWAY WEST, VESTAL, NY 13850
Contact: Rhonda Mcconnell Phone: (607)748-8144 Fax: (607)748-2937
B ENTERPRISES TRUCKING
501 SUNSET DRIVE, ENDWELL, NY 13760
Contact: Albert Beard Phone: (607)748-9062
BINGHAMTON HARDWARE & HVAC SUPPLY CORP
101 ELDREDGE ST, BINGHAMTON, NY 13902
Contact: Barbara Geiser Phone: (607)723-5396 Fax: (607)723-5266
BOB MURPHY INC
3129 OLD VESTAL ROAD, VESTAL, NY 13850
Contact: Mary Murphy Harrison Phone: (607)729-3553 Fax: (607)770-8064
BOTTOM LINE CONSULTING LLC
340 BORNT HILL ROAD, ENDICOTT, NY 13760
Contact: Carla Hartung Phone: (607)786-1265 Fax: (607)786-0663
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.blcllc.com
BRANDYWINE CONSTRUCTION CORP
170 EAST ARTERIAL HIGHWAY, BINGHAMTON, NY 13902
Contact: Norma Markoff Phone: (607)772-0360 Fax: (607)723-3511
BRUCE CARO P E
340 ANDREWS AVENUE, JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790
Contact: Bruce Caro Phone: (607)797-8263 Fax: (607)797-6511
BURTON-MARKOFF CONSTRUCTION CO INC
1250 ARTERIAL HIGHWAY, BINGHAMTON, NY 13902
Contact: Norma Markoff Phone: (607)723-3506 Fax: (607)723-3511
60 BROWN ROAD, KIRKWOOD, NY 13795
Contact: Elaine Martinkovic Phone: (607)775-2812 Fax: (607)775-4920
15 MAPLE STREET, ONEONTA, NY 13820
Contact: Linda Chambers, (607) 433-1075
CHENANGO CONTRACTING INC
29 ARBUTUS ROAD, JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790
Contact: Roderick Parker Phone: (607)729-8500 Fax: (607)729-2415
CHENANGO SUPPLY CO INC
142 SUSQUEHANNA STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Josephine Kipper Phone: (607)779-8665 Fax: (607)779-8685
CHENANGO VALLEY PRODUCTS INC
1205 CHENANGO STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Rachel Mcgonigal Phone: (607)724-0652 Fax: (607)724-2787
CHESTNUT CONSTR AND SAFETY MAINTENANCE
75 WISCONSIN DRIVE, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Johnny Chestnut Phone: (607)648-9846 Fax: (607)648-7088
CLINTON DRAPERIES AND WINDOW COVERINGS
737 HARRY L DRIVE, JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790
Contact: Tonia Taylor Phone: (607)797-2100 Fax: (607)797-2112
CMM ADVERTISING INC
128 OAK HILL AVENUE, ENDICOTT, NY 13760
Contact: Carolyn Mancini Phone: (607)754-9458 Fax: (607)754-6250
COMMERCIAL FLOORS - WEST
117 PARK AVENUE, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Bonnie West Phone: (607)722-3857
105 PROSPECT STREET, ENDICOTT, NY 13760
Contact: Miriam Mcpherson Phone: (607)785-7401 Fax: (607)785-7401
CORPORATE CARE MANAGEMENT INC
1 KATTELVILLE ROAD, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Barbara Kane Phone: (607)648-3400 Fax: (607)648-3444
Email: email@example.com URL: www.corporatecaremgmt.com
146 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, BINGHAMTON, NY 13905
Contact: Robin Allen Phone: (607)724-6941 Fax: (607)217-0719
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.corporateincentives.net
CREST PERSONNEL AGENCY
850 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790
Contact: Mary Sacco Phone: (607)770-0057 Fax: (607)797-8221
CVP INC - WILLIAMS DOORS & HARDWARE
535 VESTAL PARKWAY SUITE 3, VESTAL, NY 13850
Contact: Carol Pettinato Phone: (607)754-5555 Fax: (607)754-1295
DANIEL J LYNCH INC
3000 WAYNE STREET, ENDWELL, NY 13760
Contact: Kelly Lynch Phone: (607)748-3342 Fax: (607)748-3375
DANIELS PAINT AND DECORATING CENTER INC
242 MAIN STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13905
Contact: Nancy Scherer Phone: (607)798-0700 Fax: (607)797-8269
DATAM OFFICE ASSISTANTS
3733 OLD VESTAL ROAD, VESTAL, NY 13850
Contact: Tara Connelly Phone: (607)798-0811
DJP COMPUTER SERVICES INCORPORATED
3801 GATES ROAD, VESTAL, NY 13850
Contact: Dilip Patel Phone: (607)798-6244 Fax: (607)798-1944
E-STEP CONSULTING INC
53 N WOODHILL AVENUE, BINGHAMTON, NY 13904
Contact: James Childs Phone: (607)775-9024 Fax: (607)775-9024
EVANS MECHANICAL INC
314 MAPLE STREET, ENDICOTT, NY 13760
Contact: Susan Barnes Phone: (607)754-2002 Fax: (607)754-9246
Email: email@example.com URL: www.evansmech.com
EXTRATERRESTRIAL MATERIALS INC
WEST CORNERS PLAZA SUITE 3D, ENDICOTT, NY 13760
Contact: Dr gay Canough Phone: (607)785-6499 Fax: (607)786-3388
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.etmsolar.com
805 VALLEY PLAZA, JOHNSON CITY, NY13790
Contact: Ann Engle (607)216-9584 URL:www.gearcor.com
GLOBAL COMMUNICATION SERVICES
2622 DAREN DRIVE, ENDWELL, NY 13760
Contact: Deborah Pedro Phone: (607)786-6205 Fax: (607)786-1231
HYDROSEED IT COMPANY
114 DEYO HILL ROAD, JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790
Contact: Callie Macdowall Phone: (607)760-6939 Fax: (607)797-5055
INNOVATION ASSOCIATES PROFESSIONAL PLACE
627 FIELD STREET, JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790
Contact: Nancy Boyer Phone: (607)798-9376 Fax: (607)797-3485
J N GIAMMARINO CONSTRUCTION INC
671 CONKLIN ROAD, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Regina Giammarino Phone: (607)724-0840 Fax: (607)724-1676
JOHNSONS MAINTENANCE SERVICE
53 BURR AVENUE, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Ladson Johnson Phone: (607)772-2014 Fax: (607)722-2014
744 CONKLIN ROAD, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Kathleen Hall Phone: (607)773-0076 Fax: (607)771-0380
LAW OFFICES OF FEYI GAJI
20 HAWLEY STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Feyi Gaji Phone: (607)772-0803 Fax: (607)723-4059
LINK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
8 BROOME STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Renee Link Phone: (607)724-6051 Fax: (607)724-6372
LOOKOVER RIVER ESTATES INC
62 1/2 WHEELER STREET, DEPOSIT, NY 13754
Contact: Brenda Degraw Phone: (607)467-4209 Fax: (607)467-7209
M A L MONOGRAMS
3403 NY RT 26, GLEN AUBREY, NY 13777
Contact: Marjorie Lewis Phone: (607)862-4702
MASCIARELLI CONSTRUCTION CO INC
784 CONKLIN ROAD, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Laura Masciarelli Phone: (607)723-3523 Fax: (607)724-1430
MCCORMICKS PAINT-WALLPAPER-STAINED GLAS
351 FRONT STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13905
Contact: Betty jean Palmer Phone: (607)722-9528 Fax: (607)722-0813
NORTHEAST MILLWRIGHTS INC
1370 MILLBURN DRIVE, CONKLIN, NY 13748
Contact: Carol Mcaa-o'brien Phone: (607)775-0723 Fax: (607)775-0826
P J HAULERS
19 HARVEY SQUARE ROAD, WHITNEY POINT, NY 13862
Contact: Diana Pratt Phone: (607)892-7409 Fax: (607)892-7409
PANKO ELECTRICAL & MAINTENANCE INC
1080 CHENANGO STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Barbara Panko Phone: (607)722-6455 Fax: (607)722-6701
PELLEGRINO MARINE INC
179 MAIN STREET, KIRKWOOD, NY 13795
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PORTABLE JOHN RENTALS INC
9020 MAIN STREET, LISLE, NY 13797
Contact: Harriet Hand Phone: (607)692-3172 Fax: (607)692-4181
PROGRESSIVE TOOL CO INC
3221 LAWNDALE STREET, ENDWELL, NY 13760
Contact: Lorraine Markoff Phone: (607)748-8294 Fax: (607)748-5683
R G L INC
4551 MURPHY ROAD, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Ileta Labarre Phone: (607)724-6200 Fax: (607)771-6114
ROB & FO INTERNATIONAL CORP
36 WASHINGTON AVENUE, ENDICOTT, NY 13760
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ROSANNE SALL ADVERTISING AGENCY INC
88 MAIN STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13905
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S & W INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS INC
115 COURT STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Sedessia Spivey Phone: (607)722-9188 Fax: (607)722-6531
SHUMAKER CNSLTNG ENG & LAND SURVEYING PC
143 COURT STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Linda Shumaker Phone: (607)798-8081 Fax: (607)798-8186
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SOUTHERN TIER COPY PRODUCTS INC
ONE LEWIS STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13901
Contact: Lynn Whitney Phone: (607)772-0437 Fax: (607)722-6200
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SPECTRUM INDUSTRIAL SUPPORT SERVICES
757 POLLARD HILL ROAD, JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790
Contact: Ashoke Nijhowne Phone: (607)729-4761 Fax: (607)729-4761
STAR GROUP INC, THE
2197 WHITNEY POINT-LISLE ROAD, WHITNEY POINT, NY 13862
Contact: Susan Wheeler Phone: (607)849-4925 Fax: (607)849-4925
STILLOE ROOFING INC
PO BOX 296, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Barbara Stilloe Phone: (607)723-9470 Fax: (607)724-0238
TARCO STEEL INC
13 SPUD LANE, BINGHAMTON, NY 13904
Contact: S janet Beal Phone: (607)775-1500 Fax: (607)775-1400
Email: email@example.com URL: www.tarcosteel.com
WEDGE-WAGSTAFF ASSOCIATES INC
55 MAIN STREET, BINGHAMTON, NY 13905
Contact: Kelly Wagstaff Phone: (607)772-9359 Fax: (607)772-8071
WENDAKE CONSULTING LLC
1619 SYLVIA DRIVE, ENDWELL, NY 13760
Contact: Patrice Robitaille Phone: (607)759-8027
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.wendakeconsult.com
WILLIAMS DOORS & HARDWARE (SEE CVP INC)
535 VESTAL PARKWAY SUITE 3, VESTAL, NY 13850
Contact: Carol Pettinato Phone: (607)754-5555 Fax: (607)754-1295
WOOLFOLK PAVING COMPANY
4701 VESTAL PARKWAY EAST, VESTAL, NY 13850
Contact: Willie Woolfolk sr Phone: (607)770-7134
ZARAK ABDOOL EXCAVATION
261 AHERN ROAD, BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
Contact: Zarak Abdool Phone: (607)797-2907
Please contact Director of Purchasing, AP and Travel @ 777-6752 if you need assistance.
The Research Foundation Bank of America VISA Procurement Card (P-Card) provides a convenient method for principal investigators and authorized staff to purchase small-dollar materials, lab supplies and allowable travel costs such as registration, lodging and airfare necessary to conduct sponsored research at Binghamton University.