SunMart

SunMart is a listing of contracted suppliers for the purchase of goods and services for ASU. Supplier listings are organized below by commodity category and include links for access to online ordering where available. To order products available below, login to SunRISE, or call the supplier to place your order.

Use your Purchasing Card for easy ordering. If you are unable to use a P-Card and submit a requisition in the Financial Management System for your purchase, please include the following information in the external memo field: This purchase is governed by insert Contract or Request for Proposal number for the supplier.

Visit ASU's web-based shopping application SunRISE

Supplier categories:

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- Parent corporation of Sullivan Moving and Storage
Mayflower Agent
E & I contract number CNR-02157

Sullivan Moving and Storage
1439 S. 40th Avenue Suite 200A
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Lab relocation contact James Amandus 日本一本道a不卡免费253-437-3964

Bid #ADSPO17-00007302

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Presentation Products Inc

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Artisan Cinema and Sound LLC

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Digital Video Networks LLC

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Logicalis

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Inter Technologies Corporation

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AV Innovations Inc

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AVTech Systems Inc

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Ford Audio Video Systems

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Optimum AV Systems LLC

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Premise One Inc

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Troxell Communication Inc

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Commercial Computer Services Inc

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ExhibitOne Corporation

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Level 3 Audio Visual LLC

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Ear Professional Audio Video
 

Questions? Email Ernesto Marquez or call 480-965-8777.

Contract #ASU RFP 181704
Below is a list of approved Bus Charter companies under contract with ASU who accept the ASU Purchasing Card P-Card. The University has entered into contracts with the following charter companies. The preferred method of payment for services is with the P-Card. Payment is to be made within 3-5 business days of the charter completion date, after receipt and acceptance of the invoice. Charter companies have been instructed to fax the invoice to your designated contact, to coordinate the payment via the P-Card.

All Aboard America!
Contact Andi Thomas at 480-222-6940.
NOTE: Five percent fuel charge if fuel is in excess of $3.75 per gallon on trips that are in excess of 100 miles outside of the Phoenix/Tempe area

Avalon Transportation
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Arrow Stage Lines Inc.
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First Student 
Contact David Chan at 630-637-7651

Tour West America, Inc.
Contact Steffi Brooks日本一本道a不卡免费 at 480-237-8888

Via Adventure, Inc.
Contact Lynn Cox at 480-966-4940

Questions? Email Erik Villescaz or call 480-727-2478

Employees who are not in travel status and who have completed the Authorized Driver Program may use the P-Card for vehicle rental. Examples include local use for driving to a meeting downtown and similar activities for which people would have formerly obtained a vehicle from Fleet Services. For employees who want to rent a vehicle and are in travel status, please refer to Financial Services Manual: FIN 501 under rental vehicles, and Handle Travel Requests Online.

Vehicle Rental Contract: E&I Contract #XZ50290
ASU currently uses the E&I-Educational & Institutional cooperative agreement with Enterprise. Business use reservations can be made or by calling 1-800-736-8222. The preferred method of payment is with the ASU P-Card for non-employee travel related vehicle rentals. Reference account number/contract ID #XZ50290 for business use. At the end of your reservation, the website will ask if you have authorization to bill. If your department has a P-Card that has been registered with Enterprise, the system will ask you for a billing number. Please reach out to your Business Operations Manager-BOM for assistance with the department's billing number. If your BOM doesn't have an existing billing number, please contact Erik Villescaz日本一本道a不卡免费 in Purchasing for assistance.

Enterprise's business use rates are set rates with damage waiver and liability insurance included. All other coverages are optional and are at the renter's discretion to purchase. ASU is self-insured through the State of Arizona Department of Administration, Risk Management Section. ASU and its officers, agents, employees, volunteers, approved student interns, and others, as may be necessary to accomplish the functions or business of the university, are insured against liable acts or omissions of any nature while acting within their authorized course and scope of duties. For more information related to self-insurance, please refer to Environmental Health and Safety Manual: 705-03.

For leisure use, please reference account number/contract ID XZ50291. The leisure use rates offer a 5 percent discount off of retail rates, with no insurance included. Leisure use reservations can be made .

Car-Sharing Contract: Enterprise
ASU departments may sign up for Enterprise membership to have access to vehicles to use for business purposes. Vehicles in the ASU Enterprise fleet are parked on each of the four ASU campuses and include a variety of low-emission, fuel-efficient cars. When used for business purposes, the cost for car usage is charged to the department’s P-card on file. Hourly rates start at $7 per hour. A gas card, which can be used at most gas stations, is included in each vehicle, so the cost for gas is charged back to Enterprise. To establish a departmental billing account, submit an form then email Enterprise CarShare to expedite processing. For more information, email ASU Parking and Transit Services or call 480-965-6124.

Questions? Email Erik Villescaz or call 480-727-5522 for Vehicle Rental 

Note: Prior to driving a university-owned, leased or rented vehicles, including electric carts, for official business, employees must complete the Authorized Driver Program日本一本道a不卡免费. To start this process, employees should request the department supervisor establish the employee as an optional authorized driver, then complete all steps in the Authorized Driver Program guide located on MyASU under the employment tab. 

The lease, purchase, rental, or use of 12 and 15 passenger vans are prohibited per FIN 401-03: Prohibited Transactions

All compressed gases can be purchase online through the Gas Services tab within SunRISE.

ASU Gas Services
Email, call 480-965-6546 or fax 480-965-6759 Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Material Services Building
1711 S Rural Rd
Tempe, AZ 85281

 

These are the contracted or preferred vendors currently accepting the ASU Purchasing Card. Online purchasing sites are listed where applicable and may require a specific login to access ASU pricing. For more information, see our answers to Buying Computers FAQs.

Departments supported by Business and Finance IT should see the BFIT guidelines日本一本道a不卡免费 for purchasing equipment and software and also contact the for all computer-related purchases. BFIT will help you identify the best solution and vendor for your needs.

Apple Systems:
The Sun Devil Marketplace is the official Apple Campus Retailer and approved for all institutional department purchases. This allows for conveniently located one-stop shopping and delivery options for all ASU campuses. All departmental Apple purchases must be done through the Sun Devil Marketplace using a purchase order or university P-Card. For purchase orders, use the vendor code: Follet. The Sun Devil Marketplace is located in the College Avenue Commons building. Email Sun Devil Marketplace日本一本道a不卡免费 or call 480-965-1385.

Dell Systems: 
NAU Contract #P17GB003
The Dell Premier webpage is available in SunRISE. Users will go to SunRISE to create quotes or place orders with Dell. The My Premier link found can be found in the Dell Punchout catalog.

Call Ashley Lanham at 480-213-5194 or Scott Madsen at 512-513-9683

For any questions please contact Allyson Taylor  at 480-965-2074 or Lorenzo Espinoza at 480-965-3849

The process of contracting for consultants and independent contractors is driven by the University Procurement Code established by the Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona conflict of interest law, and the Federal tax code. Here is what you need to do in order to ensure that the work you need is properly performed, and the contractor is promptly paid.

日本一本道a不卡免费With the exception of construction related services, the expected dollar amount to be paid to the contractor determines whether or not a contract may be executed at the departmental level.

If the total amount, including expense reimbursements, is $10,000.00 or less, the department should enter a REQ in the Financial Management System and attach the completed Employee/Independent Contractor Determination Checklist, and the quote or proposal from the consultant and any other pertinent documentation to the services. A purchase order will be used for the contract.
If the total amount, including expense reimbursements, is greater than $10,000.00, departments must follow the process as outlined in PUR 402-01.

  1. If the contractor is a building contractor, architect, engineer, or other professional whose services will result in construction project, department must submit a Purchase Request, to Purchasing in any dollar amount. Purchasing will ensure that the specific required contract forms are used.

  2. The University infrequently enters into short-term consulting agreements with individuals who are incoming employees with a start date typically 6 months or less in the future or separating employees who typically are finishing up a project or otherwise assisting in the transition to a new hire. Since these engagements are established as transitional positions to facilitate the appropriate payment of wages to either existing or entering staff, the job title is strictly a temporary one for which no waiver of employments is required. See FIN 421-01 for additional information.

For more information, contact Hayley Good 日本一本道a不卡免费at 480-727-5016 in Purchasing and Business Services.

日本一本道a不卡免费In an effort to help streamline the ability to contract with suppliers that provide any or all of the following services:

  • Data Analysis
  • Migration
  • Scrubbing

Purchasing and Business Services issued RFP 301702 and awarded contracts to these suppliers. The summary of the  contracted suppliers provides contact information and the awarded services. Your unit can obtain an estimate and contract with any of these firms without conducting a formal solicitation.

The contracts will be reviewed for renewal every mid-September until 2022. 

Questions please contact Hayley Good at 480-727-5016

日本一本道a不卡免费Canon offers document solutions to ASU.

To receive a quote and place an order, contact Canon:

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