Intramural forms are primarily used for purchases by one university department from another department or campus store (except for equipment).
Instructions for Buying Departments
All purchases excluding University Bookstore
When goods or services are to be purchased on campus, the buying department will present an Intramural Purchase Order form (Excel doc) to the selling department. This form authorizes the selling department to charge the buying department’s account number.
Complete the following sections of the form:
- Selling Department: the name of the selling department
- Buying Department: the name and the ISU fund account number and section-project number (if applicable) of the purchasing department
- Buying Department Address: the complete campus address of the purchasing department
- Quantity: the number of items you are purchasing
- Description: description of the item purchases
- Unit Cost: cost per item (if available before the purchase)
- Estimated Cost: total cost per item
- Requested by: person who is requesting purchase
- Business Purpose: be specific and clear
- Approved: Karen will verify and sign for the purchase, Michelle or department chair can sign in Karen’s absence
University Bookstore orders
The University Bookstore has a Book Store Departmental Charge Form that is unique to their own department. The University Bookstore also has online systems that can be used.
Karen is the preferred signer for both Bookstore and Intramural purchases. However, Michelle or the department chair can sign in her absence.
Standing orders may be established on a yearly basis for often used campus departments. A standing order allows the person purchasing to go directly to the buyer for items without continually obtaining an intramural form and authorizing signature. Karen can arrange your standing order. She will need the vendor, account, period for contract, and individuals picking up items.
Turn in a copy of all intramural purchase forms to Karen Knight. This copy will be used to match to the final bill to verify expenditures.