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  • BMO MasterCard moving to two-factor authentication and paperless statements

    March 2, 2022

    Two Factor Authentication As an extra layer of security, Bank of Montreal (BMO) will introduce two-factor authentication for Spend Dynamics. Starting March 14, 2022, Spend Dynamics users will be prompted to register for two-factor authentication when logging into the system. Users are encouraged to review the Spend Dynamics Two-Factor Authentication Guide. For questions or support
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  • Amazon Business is now available for PCard cardholders

    May 25, 2021

    Procurement Services is pleased to announce Amazon Business is now available to University employees with a Purchasing Card (PCard). The Amazon Business platform provides the University community an additional marketplace for low value goods required for business purposes when the product is not available through uSOURCE or other Approved Supplier contracts. All purchases made on
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  • Procurement Process Enhancements

    June 9, 2020

    Central Procurement Services is pleased to announce a number of enhancements to procurement processes at the University of Toronto. We have raised thresholds and streamlined administrative effort, while at the same time incorporated new procurement legislation and regulation arising from trade agreements. New Procurement Policy Business Board recently approved the revised University Procurement Policy which
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  • BMO Spend Dynamics System Migration (PCard)

    June 25, 2019

    Spend Dynamics will have reduced functionality during the month of July due to a planned system migration. Please keep the following dates in mind: JUL 5 Applications for new cards and changes to existing cards submitted after this date will not be processed until after the system outage. JUL 13 System unavailable starting at 12:00
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  • BMO MasterCard Phishing Alert

    March 21, 2016

    Recently, a number of BMO MasterCard (PCard) holders reported receiving “Phishing” emails to update their account information. Cardholders were directed to a fake website and asked to enter their card number and password. Phishing is a fraudulent process used to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details. Email recipients are often
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