ATTENTION BUYERS, COLLEGES, & SUPPLIERS!
NEW eVA Go Live Date: November 1, 2022
View Announcement by DGS Director, Joe Damico
|VCCS training sessions are scheduled for the new eVA training. Please contact the SSC Customer Engagement team for additional information.|
- Key Project Dates (Tentative)
- Pause Reference Data Updates – 10/1/2022
- Electronic Responses for Sourcing & Contracting Disabled – 10/14/2022
- Supplier Account Maintenance Temporary Pause – 10/14/2022
- Supplier Registration Temporary Pause – 10/26/2022
- Transition Start – Noon on 10/28/2022
- Go Live – 11/1/2022
Quick Reference Guide (Important links):
If you have questions or concerns specific to your agency, please contact the SSC Customer Engagement team 877-340-5577 or email email@example.com with the subject line "eVA/iValua transition". Copy and paste for ease: eVA/iValua Transition Related Topic
As you know, the Commonwealth of Virginia will be migrating to a new Procurement system. Please note, the dates in the chart below, that the SSC and Department of General Services (DGS) will be going offline to support this conversion for the Commonwealth. We appreciate your support and efforts in ensuring a smooth transition!
As we all eagerly look forward to the new procurement software platform, the VCCS eVA Transition Team will be assisting Colleges and the System Office to navigate the conversion. Specifically:
The VCCS (all Colleges, the SO and the SSC) will manage the eVA conversion like our fiscal yearend Our deadlines are designed to support the needed integration shutdown and blackout periods.
Any requisition that is not fully converted to a purchase order will be purged and will NOT convert to the new
Any requisition left in the current system in “composing status” will be purged and lost.
Please use this guide to plan your procurements carefully over the next few months.
If you are unsure of which deadline is associated with your procurement or have any questions on this topic, please contact SSC Customer Engagement at 1-877-340-5577 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you should experience a situation that requires an emergency procurement as defined by the Commonwealth, then you should follow the emergency procurement method (refer to APSPM 9.1 for details).