Supplier Management


Emory University is a private institution and is recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts colleges and its graduate and professional schools, and for being a leader in research that generates more research funding than any other Georgia university.


Supplier Identification Program

Emory's Strategic Procurement staff continually strives to meet the needs of the Emory campus in terms of contracting with the best suppliers. With hundreds of suppliers on and across campus each day, it is sometimes hard to identify which supplier has a contractual agreement with Emory (offering special pricing and other favorable terms).

Therefore, we ask our preferred contract supplier to participate in wearing Emory ID badges while on campus. If you are an Emory contracted supplier, please contact Strategic Procurement's Sourcing Team for further information on how to obtain an Emory ID Badge.

Supplier Code of Ethical Conduct

The Supplier Code of Ethical Conduct provides the foundation for Emory University and its suppliers to build and maintain relationships based on fairness, trust, respect for the rights of individuals, compliance with the law, and sustainable business practices. Our suppliers are critical to our success; therefore, we strive to select suppliers who will maintain a commitment to strong ethical standards.

Review the Supplier Code of Ethical Conduct

Supplier Code of Conduct for Emory Licenses

Emory University is affiliated with both the Fair Labor Association (FLA) and the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) to help ensure that products bearing Emory University marks are not manufactured by companies utilizing abusive labor practices.

Emory Univeristy is committed to conducting their business affairs in a socially responsible and ethical manner consistent with their educational, research, and/or service missions, and to protect and preserve the global environment. Each licensee of Emory University must comply with these codes of conduct.

Review the Code of Conduct for Emory University Licensees

Method of Payment to Suppliers

Single Use Account Program (SUA)

Emory University's preferred method to remit payment to all suppliers is by the Single Use Account Program (SUA). This program is a payment option where suppliers can elect to participate and get paid immediately upon invoice approval.

If interested, please email suapayments@emory.edu to get enrolled today.

Automated Clearing House (ACH)

Emory also offers suppliers ACH as a payment option. Payment terms are net 15.  

Be sure to complete the ACH form to be paid in this method.

Check

Emory can pay suppliers by check. Payment terms are net 30.

Wire Transfer

For international payments or extremely time-sensitive payments, Emory can pay suppliers via wire transfer. 

Purchase Terms and Conditions

Acceptance of the Emory Purchase Order/Agreement and its provisions and/or any act of performance is limited to the terms and conditions contained in:

Effective 12/14/2017 Emory's PO Terms and Conditions.

Effective 12/4/2019 Emory's PO Terms and Conditions.

To ensure that our suppliers are paid in a timely manner, we request that all suppliers obtain a valid Emory University authorized purchase order before invoicing the University.

Supplier Billing

If you need a physical invoicing address for your billing system, use

Address:
Emory University
P.O. Box 740046
Atlanta, GA 30348

When sending invoices for payment, our preferred method is electronically via our Supplier Portal or via EDI interface. IF this is not possible, please email your invoices to Emory.AP@godocufree.com. Make sure that each invoice contains a valid Emory University PO number and that each pdf file contains only one invoice.

Useful Links for Suppliers

Use of the Emory University Logo

Use of the name and/or logo of Emory University is restricted by the university.

Learn more about Emory's logo licensing