This site provides information and resources for purchasing new products or services through Duke's preferred vendors, through the Supplier Diversity program or other means using such methods as Duke's Corporate Card, as well as information regarding Duke's accounts payable, which are coordinated by the Procurement ServicesAccounts PayableEmployee Travel & Reimbursement.

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ePayables Initiative

June 15, 2021

Duke University and Health System will be implementing a new technology and business process for issuing payments to vendors. The new process will be referenced as ePayables and will provide streamlined payment processes for a number of vendors.

Please note that the only change for departments will be the manner in which the payment is displayed in SAP for the participating vendors.

2021 Fiscal Year End Updates – Corporate Accounts Payable

June 2, 2021

Our year end close for fiscal year 2021 is rapidly approaching. Please take a few minutes to review the cutoff dates below for invoice and AP check request processing. Our Accounts Payable team will stop posting invoices for FY 2021 expenses as of 3pm on Friday, July 9. This will allow a quiet time for departments to review expenses prior to the period 12 close on Monday, July 12. Any invoices that need to be accrued after the July 9th cutoff date must be coordinated as follows:

2020 Fiscal Year End Updates – Corporate Accounts Payable

June 24, 2020

Our year end close for fiscal year 2020 is rapidly approaching. Please take a few minutes to review the cutoff dates below for invoice and AP check request processing. Our Accounts Payable team will stop posting invoices for FY 2020 expenses as of 3pm on Thursday, July 9. This will allow a quiet time for departments to review expenses prior to the period 12 close on Friday, July 10. Any invoices that need to be accrued after the July 9th cutoff date must be coordinated as follows:

Buy@Duke

Buy@Duke is a web-based e-procurement tool that will enable users to compare and select items from multiple vendors' catalogues into a single shopping cart, take advantage of negotiated discounts based on Duke’s volume purchasing power, eliminate paper requisitions, and customize electronic workflows at the unit level.