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Oracle iSupplier for IEEE US Volunteers Expense Reimbursements

 

IEEE is transitioning from wire payments and checks to direct wire transfers to your bank, also known as Automated Clearing House (ACH), or direct deposits, as its standard form of payment method for reimbursements to volunteers who work in the United States.  Direct deposit of payments is a more efficient, secure method of payment, and has been requested by many of our volunteers for several years.

To begin using this payment process you will first need to set up a profile in our iSupplier Portal. Once you have set up a profile, you will have the ability to manage your contact, address, and ACH banking information. 

If you have or will be incurring expenses on behalf of IEEE and live in the United States, you will receive an email in the coming weeks from IEEE Oracle Workflow oracle_in@ieee.org with the Subject:  Supplier Collaboration Network: Confirmation of Registration.   This email will provide instructions on how to register. 

NOTE:  IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL, PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER. 

Please contact John Castner j.castner@ieee.org 732-562-3828 with any questions regarding iSupplier.

Thank you in advance for your participation.

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