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Synonyms for requisition

Synonyms for requisition

the act of demanding

to ask for urgently or insistently

Synonyms for requisition

the act of requiring

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an official form on which a request in made

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seizing property that belongs to someone else and holding it until profits pay the demand for which it was seized

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make a formal request for official services

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demand and take for use or service, especially by military or public authority for public service

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The intention is to bring together both resources (simulations, quick reference guides, tutorials, etc.) and people with similar interests (budget-keepers, requisitioners, payroll contact, human resource actions processor, inservice facilitators, ESS resident experts, etc.) to establish a vibrant community where all work together to share and improve the learning of new business processes.
If the POC and requisitioner reach a decision, the AACA is notified.
A Requisitioner uses a Web browser to connect to a local purchasing web server located at the Buying Organization and access a Selling Organization's online catalog of goods and services.
To further complicate the process, the requisitioner, after placing an order, has difficulty determining the status of the order.
This activity is particularly onerous if the requisitioner did not immediately follow up with the appropriate paperwork.
The inclusion of the generic tool of electronic data interchange (EDI) in the purchasing tools dimension is based on the researchers' observation that its implementation is usually initiated by the purchasing function as a means for drastically reducing paper-intensive, manual, internal cycle times by automating internal clients' requisition generation, purchase order development and release, incoming inspection, payables verification, and dispositioning of material to the original requisitioner.
This approach transforms compliance analysis from downstream forensic reporting to upstream process "failsafing." For example, rather than procurement chasing maverick spenders, AI-based auto-classification technology borrowed from spend analytics applications can be used in a Google-like manner to classify requisitioner search requests, guiding them to preferred suppliers before the spend occurs.
Use D to have them shipped to the requisitioner (cc 30-35).
Once a requisitioner keys in the order information, the system automatically checks his or her authority, then routes the order to the appropriate approver such as the department supervisor or manager, an ad hoc approver or the materials management department.
By implementing best practices such as bar coding, electronic ordering, procurement cards and blanket purchase orders, companies can reap the advantages presented by eProcurement, Not the least of these is that, through self-service capabilities, routine purchasing activities may be performed by the requisitioner. This allows procurement professionals to tackle more important, value-adding activities such as strategic sourcing and monitoring of supplier performance.
The spokesman said: "Unfortunately, if the 1997 Building Societies Act was in place within the rules of Midshires the maximum deposit would be pounds 25 per requisitioner.
* using current and planned purchase requirements entered by the requisitioner, thereby indicating which commodities and agreements needed attention;
For example, purchasing can be broken down not only by type of materials ordered, but by who ordered them and whether that person is a buyer, requisitioner or approver.
While few companies have gone this route, one way to proactively enforce compliance is to have a requisitioner verify whether a vendor is a preferred supplier before a purchase is approved.