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PUR 307–04: Retaining Consultants and Independent Contractors
To specify the process needed to retain consultants and independent contractors
Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual - 3-803
All uses of consultants and independent contractors
Purchasing and Business Service personnel participated on a Total Quality Service Team to simplify the process of retaining consultants and independent contractors while still complying with the university procurement code established by the Board of Regents, Arizona conflict of interest laws, and the federal tax code.
For related information on bidding, see:
For related information on sole source and emergency procurements, see:
For information on Special Procurements, see the PUR 400 series.
For information on the Consultant/Independent Contractor Determination Checklist, see the Staff Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual—SPP 210, “Consultants/Independent Contractors.”
For information on the Departmental Professional Services Order, see the Financial Services Policies and Procedures Manual—FIN 421–01, “Guest Lecturers, Consultants, and Other Independent Contractors.”
For information on the Independent Contractor Certification, see the Financial Services Policies and Procedures Manual—FIN 425–04, “Nonresident Alien Independent Contractors.”