UWG Daily Report
• If you are responsible for coordinating service contracts of any type please read and save this notice. Effective July 1, 2013, Georgia law requires that for any service contract $2,500 or greater UWG is are required to obtain a signed and notarized Immigration and Security affidavit from the supplier prior to entering into the contract. Subcontractors, if any, are also required to submit the affidavit. Suppliers must verify legal status of their workforce through use of the Federal E-Verify system. If you do not obtain this form prior to submitting your request for a contract or PO your request will be delayed until Purchasing staff can secure the form. Instructions and links to the required forms can be obtained from the Purchasing Web Page.
• Our first student recital of the spring semester is tonight at 8:15 pm in Kathy Cashen Recital Hall. Come hear Darion Wilson, piano, as he performs selections from Bach, Chopin, and Mozart together with many others. Admission is free.
• The Richards College of Business online MBA program ranks #4 in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report! What helps us rank so high are our scores on faculty credentials and training and student engagement.
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• Effective January 26, USPS will increase its postage. The (1-ounce) first class stamp will increase from $.46 to $.49, the additional ounce will increase from $.20 to $.21, the postcard stamp will increase from $.33 to $.34 and an international letter will increase from $1.10 to $1.15. Mail Services will have the Forever stamps available, if anyone wants to stock up.
• Travel Policy training will be offered on January 16 at 9 am in Row Hall 319. This course provides employees with information regarding the State of Georgia Travel Regulations. An overview of the Statewide Travel Regulations will be provided as well as helpful tips when submitting expense reports. This course will not provide participants with information on the actual data entry of expense reports into PeopleSoft Financials.