The Director of Sponsored Programs provides leadership and administrative support in the development and submission of proposals for grants and contracts to governmental agencies. Proposals may support research, curriculum development, instruction, service and other projects and programs. Support for faculty fellowships applications funded by the government is provided by the Director of Foundation Relations in the office of Corporate Relations.
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Surplus Assets are stored and managed by the Purchasing, Administrative and Campus Services office. When a usable asset is no longer needed by a respective department of the university, that asset is stored for redistribution. Assets that no longer have a usable life are targeted for donation to local non-profit organizations, sold, or disposed of.
As a matter of policy, surplus assets are not made available for faculty, staff, or students to purchase.
The Travel Card is designed for those individuals on campus who are involved in travel for Bentley business. After a standard Travel Authorization Form has been completed and approved, a Travel Card is used to obtain travel reservations and expenses such as air fare (only through Bentley's selected travel service provider), lodging, car rental, and meals. All transactions on the Travel Card must be linked back to a Travel Authorization Form for a specific business trip.
Bentley has a Business Travel Program designed to support the travel service needs of the Bentley business traveler, while embracing administrative efficiency. The program is defined in the following Travel Policy document. The review of this policy is critical prior to securing any business travel arrangements which will be paid for with Bentley funds.
The Bentley Travel Policy establishes the policies governing the reimbursement of travel, entertainment and other expenses incurred during the conduct of Bentley business. It is Bentley's policy to authorize necessary and reasonable expenses when directly related to the transaction of Bentley business.
The Bentley University Purchasing Card acts as a corporate credit card to facilitate purchases under $5,000. The Purchasing Card concept is designed to delegate authority to conveniently purchase commodities and services directly from vendors that accept the MasterCard credit card.
It is important to keep in mind which employees in your department actually make purchases, as these individuals will be best served by a Purchasing Card.
Shipping & Receiving
Materials and equipment ordered by the Bentley community are received and processed through the Shipping and Receiving Department.
Items being shipped by the Bentley community are also processed through this department:
Shipping & Receiving Department
450 Beaver Street
Waltham, MA 02452-4705
PH: (781) 891-2278
FX: (781) 891-2082