Purchasing Team

Notice to Suppliers - Fraud

We want to alert you to an active email / phone scam involving purchase orders and requests for product quotations that purport to originate from Augusta University but are in fact fraudulent. While the university cannot prevent this illegal activity, we are actively working with law enforcement to investigate these fraudulent email contactsClick here for more information.


The Purchasing Department is dedicated to providing quality value-added service to our customers by developing an understanding of our customers' needs and forming business partnerships between Purchasing, the vendor community, and our customers. The Purchasing Team is available to assist faculty, researchers, and staff with purchasing requirements, purchasing system support, supplier sourcing and relationship management issues.

Our mission is to purchase supplies, equipment and services at the lowest total life cycle cost to the institution. While obligated to work within applicable state purchasing laws and the Board of Regents policies and procedures, we remain flexible and innovative in our approach to purchasing.

We hope you will find our web site to be a useful and a valuable tool in your business relationship with the Augusta University and the Supply Management, Purchasing Department. Please don't hesitate to send us your comments, suggestions, and ideas on how we may better serve you.

Code of Ethics

  • We will carry out our official duties for the benefit of our institution and the public
  • We will avoid actual and apparent conflicts of interest between our official obligations and our personal interests
  • We will disclose conflicts of interest, both actual and apparent, and they must be property managed
  • We will not accept improper gifts and favors
  • We will adhere to the laws, rules, regulations and policies that apply to us
  • We will maintain the confidentiality of all sensitive information
  • We will treat everyone with respect and dignity
  • We will be honest
  • We will uphold this code of ethics

Gregory Woodlief CPPO, CPPB, Director, University Procurement
Location: Building/Room PL1002 (706) 721-2213