- Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) and Information Security Risk Management
All online applications and services, as well as new and renewed software, are subject to review for accessibility and security compliance by Information Technology personnel prior to the act of procurement.
Other documentation such as a Higher Education Community Vendor Assessment (HECVAT) and/or SOC 2 Type 2 Certification may also be required; this requirement shall be determined by Information Technology personnel.
See also the California State University Policy Stat ID 6654183 for further details regarding ATI and Policy Stat ID 6606856 for Information Security Risk Management.
Contracts and Procurement Services will only reach out to caterers that are actively being solicited by a university department.
Before placing an order, the department should consult with Strategic Sourcing - Contracts and Procurement Services to determine whether the caterer has met the university's requirements.
The follow documents will be requested from the caterer:
For questions, contact email@example.com.
- Insurance Requirements
Metered parking is available along the perimeter of the Main Campus. A daily parking permit can also be purchased from a permit dispenser for a one-day permit to park in the North, South, and/or West Parking Garages.
Daily Permits are $8, or $1 per half hour
For parking locations, please refer to SJSU Parking Maps.
For questions, contact Parking Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Supplier Sidewalk Permits
Any non-emergency or non-state vehicle parked or operating on campus sidewalks must have a Supplier Sidewalk Loading/Unloading permit. Violators will be cited. Vehicles blocking a fire lane may be cited, towed and stored at the owner's expense. Sidewalk permits allow a vehicle to drive to a specific location on campus, pickup or discharge cargo within a predetermined period of time, and then leave.
Sidewalk permits are issued by Parking Services. They are not valid for parking in any SJSU lot or garage unless noted on the permit.
Suppliers performing a service or delivering goods to campus departments may apply for Sidewalk permits at Parking Services. Contracts & Procurement Services staff that are commissioning such work or deliveries may apply for Sidewalk permits on behalf of their suppliers.
Private and company vehicles involved in campus construction projects need not obtain Sidewalk permits as long as such vehicles are parked within fenced boundaries of a construction area at all times.
Suppliers wishing to park on SJSU sidewalks must apply for a Sidewalk permit each time they wish to park on the sidewalk. Sidewalk permits are issued for a short period of time and justification must be presented at the time of issue. Sidewalk permits are valid only for the date and time indicated.
Note: The maximum speed limit on campus is 5 mph. Drivers must not block fire lanes at any time.