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Overview of the ordering process

A University purchase order is a binding contract of purchase between the University and the supplier of the goods or services, and cannot be broken unless one party does not meet the conditions.

Purchasing through the ordering system

  1. Check whether quotations or tenders are required. Quotations are needed for all items except those in contract. You can check whether items are in contract by telephoning the appropriate specialist buyer.
  2. If quotations or tenders are required, arrange for them to be obtained.
  3. Enter the purchase requisition into Finance One.

The Purchasing section checks the requisition and issues the order.

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