Procurement & Contract Services

Committed to the continued growth and development of California State University, Bakersfield and in support of the University's academic goals, the mission of Procurement and Contract Services is to procure quality, cost-effective goods and services for the campus community through dedicated, ethical, customer-oriented service. Specifically, we:
  • Award purchase orders to vendors in accordance with University, CSU, and State requirements.
  • Provide information about leases and establish leases and coordinate financing arrangements.
  • Prepare Requests for Information (RFIs), Requests for Quotes (RFQs), Invitation for Bids (IFBs), and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) that are sent to various vendors and/or contractors.
  • Take action to ensure equal opportunity in University business contracting.
  • Review campus-wide needs and award agreements.
  • Search out new products on request.
  • Arrange for demonstrations of products.
  • Maintain purchasing and contracting records and handle CSU and State procurement audits.
  • Support CSUB’s recycling and waste reduction programs.
  • Support CSUB’s DVBE and Small Business development program.

Sponsored Programs Administration Regarding Federal Funds (Procurement Guidelines Update)
On federally funded awards, CSUB will follow the Procurement Standards required under 2 CFR 200 [Subpart D, §200.317 - §200.326] (relocated from OMB Circular A-110 [Subpart C, Sections 40-48]) and OMB Memo M-18-18 dated June 20, 2018 regarding Implementing Statutory Changes to the Micro-Purchase and the Simplified Acquisition Thresholds for Financial Assistance.



Procurement & Contract Services

9001 Stockdale Highway
Administration West Building #34
Bakersfield, CA 93311
(661) 654-3181
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Procure-to-Pay (P2P) is now live!

The new P2P site is available at


Click here to view the P2P webpage. 

Click here to view the recorded Campus Customer and Approver Training

Campus Facilitator Assistance

Campus Facilitators have participated in UAT (User Acceptance Testing) and other training. They have firsthand experience with CSUBUY and the process knowledge for our campus and will be able to assist you directly. They will escalate any complex questions or technical issues to the Core Project Team for resolution. 

Your assigned Campus Facilitators are:


  • Bianca Wohlgemuth, Strategic Sourcing Specialist 
  • Julie Jones, Contract Specialist II

Payment Services 

  • Becky Lappin, Director of Payment Services 
  • Tina Livingston, Accounts Payable Manager 

Supplier Onboarding 

  • Bethany Davis, P2P Data & Budget Analyst 

A CSUBUY campus email has been established for questions and support requests:

Open Lab 

Open Lab allows users to ask questions and/or mitigate issues in a live setting with the Campus Facilitators. 

Open Lab hours are: 

  • Tuesday 9:00 am to 10:00 am via Zoom
  • Tuesday 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm via Zoom 
  • Thursday 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm via Zoom

Live Training Sessions 

Each week, there will be a live training session on a specific topic in P2P, for example, how to submit a Direct Pay Form and a Hospitality Form. P2P Requestors will be emailed the topics and can sign up for the training session. Training sessions will be held weekly.

  • Thursday 9:00 am to 11:00 am via Zoom 


The ProCard Handbook has been updated. The recent changes include:

  • Submission of ProCard Reconciliation electronically to (hard copies no longer accepted)
  • Staff/MPP advertising now allowed on ProCard (formerly prohibited)
  • Gift cards prohibited for staff, faculty, and student assistants (if awarded for work role) per the Hospitality Policy

Cardholders and Approving Administrators should review the updated Handbook to ensure compliance with current ProCard policies and procedures.

A copy of the new Campus Software and Cloud Services Policy can also be found here.

Cardholders, please note in the Software and Cloud Policy: Any application or cloud purchase made on a CSUB procurement credit card (Pro Card) without obtaining prior CSUB Solutions Consulting approval will be denied and the purchaser will be liable for the cost according to the purchasing card policies.  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) including hardware, software and cloud services are prohibited on ProCard as established in the ProCard Handbook.