The procure to pay methods for goods and services may depend on their type and value. Please refer to the following table to determine which procure to pay method(s) apply to your procurement needs.
Purchases of Cloud Services
Refer to the Cloud Directive on the IT Services website
|One-time purchases for non-travel related Goods and Services |
Consult the Paying One-Time Suppliers chart [.PDF]
|Purchase of non-travel related Goods and Services with a value less than $2,500 |
Consult the Paying for Goods and Services chart [.PDF]
|Purchase of non-travel related Goods and Services with a value over $2500|
|Payment to Public Institutions (hospitals, universities, granting agencies, government) and Student Societies|
|Research and development expenses for collaborating external partner |
Consult the Subaward Agreements information sheet[.PDF]
|Payment of membership dues to Public Institutions |
Consult the Paying Memberships to Universities chart [.PDF]
|Payment of membership dues to Non-Public Institutions |
Consult the Paying Memberships to Associations/Organizations chart [.PDF]
|Payments made on behalf of Trust Funds|
Non-invoice payments - living allowances, refunds, monthly taxes or premiums to government or insurance offices - Payment Request
Guest lecturer and speaker remuneration (exceptions apply)
Travel related expenses (Conference registration, transportation, meals, etc.) - request a travel advance or request a personal reimbursement
Scholarships / Awards / Bursaries / Prizes / Stipends payments processed through Banner Student Aid (BSA)
Note: Prizes to non-McGill students have to be processed through Payroll.
*PCard - Receipts must be retained locally (refer to the PCard Regulation).
**Only payments made to Suppliers or individuals outside of North America are issued via wire transfer. Payments within Canada are issued via cheque or direct deposit. Payments issued to U.S. are issued via cheque.