Business Services

Central Services/Campus Logistics/Surplus Property Operations has released a new e-sign form to be used when submitting requests for their services.

This new form will be easier to use while enhancing the tracking of submitted requests, identifying surplus pickup fees, verifying expenses…

Business Services is in the process of performing a long overdue necessary upgrade to the Marketplace and its connection to Banner. The upgrade will take place during the week of Thanksgiving and a few days beyond. The timeline for the shutdown is as follows:

Nov. 21 - 23 - No new orders…

Business Services is excited to announce the release of its new Copy Paper Catalog on Western Marketplace.

Available July 1, 2021 our Copy Paper Catalog will feature 20# Boise Aspen 100, a 100% recycled, multi-use copy paper. Its professional appearance makes it great for everyday use,…

WWU is invited to the First Annual Vendor Showcase Highlighting Diverse Businesses, from 12:30-3 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12 in the Wade King Student Recreation Center's Mac Gym.

The campus community is invited to join Business Services with spending a…

WWU Business Services invites all Western faculty and staff to its Travel Vendor Showcase on Wednesday, Oct. 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the VU Multipurpose Room.
Meet Local and International Travel Vendors!
Learn about Western’s Travel Booking Tool!

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Dale Alvin Monroe passed from the arms of his wife into the arms of our Lord Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at the age of 75. He was born November 26, 1941 in Medford, Ore. to Harold Alvin and Dorothy Mae (Lamb) Monroe. He married his high school sweetheart, Linda Rae Barker, Sunday, August 28, 1960,…

All employees are invited to join Business Services at a Vendor Showcase with the catalog vendors on Western Marketplace, the University’s E-Procurement Marketplace. Here’s your opportunity to visit with the sales folks about new products and the outstanding services they each…

[ Editor's note: This article has been amended to reflect the correct number of years that Herring has been at Western. ]

A retirement reception honoring Jack Herring, Central Services supervisor in Business Services at Western Washington University, will be held from…

Bellingham is 2,705 miles from Honolulu, Hawaii, a fact that Brenda Ancheta knows well.

Ancheta, a native of Honolulu, first began working at Western Washington University as a fiscal tech for Business Services in 1989, and has been here ever since. While she loves the Pacific Northwest…

Barbara Lewis, procurement and supply specialist for Business Services at Western Washington University, is leaving Western after more than seven years of service. She has accepted a position at Louisiana State University as assistant director of procurement and property management.

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