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About MTSU Procurement Logistic Services


The mission of the University Procurement Services is to provide services that include assisting faculty and administrative staff with procurement information, providing details involving the purchase of supplies and equipment. It is our aim to ensure that the highest procurement standards are achieved while adhering to Tennessee Board of Regent and State of Tennessee Purchasing regulations.

To accomplish this mission we develop and maintain contracts, acting as a liaison between University personnel and vendors. We also provide assistance to University departments with developing written specifications for bid. Competitive procurements are made while adhering to the highest product and service standards. We currently maintain several University contracts for use by MTSU. Procurement Services also utilizes contracts from other TBR Institutions, The University of Tennessee, and State of Tennessee contracts. Utilizing these contracts allow MTSU departments to obtain quality products and services quickly and at reduced costs. MTSU departments are then not required to undertake a lengthy bidding and procurement process.


Procurement Services staff welcome your questions and suggestions. Our staff includes:

Dr. Will P. Pritchett
Director of Procurement Logistic Services
(615) 898-2516

Mary Jane Staples, C.P.M., A.P.P.
Assistant Director Procurement Logistic Services
(615) 898-5166

Demetra R. Majors
Senior Procurement Specialist
(615) 898-5437

Johnny Eatherly
Procurement Specialist
(615) 898-5811

Athena Evert
Procurement Specialist
(615) 898-2511

Kym Stricklin
Office Supervisor, Buyer
(615) 898-2944

Derek Vincion (Receiving and Moving Services)
(615) 898-2959

M. Doug Hill (Warehouse Services)
Warehouse Supervisor
(615) 898-2107

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