|Business Cards||Start by clicking on this link|
|Change Order||P.O. Change Order - Complete WORD Form|
|Consulting & Professional Services Worksheet||Checklist: Employee vs. Independent Contractor Status|
|FAQ's||Online form to submit a question to Purchasing|
|Envelopes||Complete and print form to order envelopes|
|Letterhead||Complete and print form to order letterhead|
|Non-Routine Purchase Justification||Complete and print form|
|Office Supply Maintenance Form||Replaces office supplies blanket orders|
|Open Records Letter||Before a membership can be placed, it is the responsibility of the Cardholder to secure an "open records letter" from the organization.|
Purchasing Card Forms - Before applying, read Applying for an FAU pCard
|Request for Approval Memo||Request for Approval of Employee Moving Expenses Memo Form|
|Sole Source||Complete and print form|
|Standard Request Memorandum||Limited Purchase Order (LPO) Memo Form|
Information & Instructions
Social Security Number Collection & Usage
FAU’s Purchasing Department may collect social security numbers (SSNs) only as specifically authorized by law or if imperative for the performance of duties and responsibilities as prescribed by law. SSNs may be required to facilitate vendor payments, authenticate identity, and the issuance of honoraria to individuals. SSNs are necessary for compliance with Financial Information Reporting, and Miscellaneous Income (1099) reporting to the IRS. SSNs may also be required for ACH (direct deposit) Forms to verify against bank records. FAU takes appropriate measures to secure SSNs from unauthorized access and does not release SSNs to other parties except as authorized by law or as necessary for the fulfillment of our duties and responsibilities, and will only be required for the legitimate business purposes as outlined below:
Consulting & Professional Services Worksheet:
Authorized by 26 USC §§3402(f)(2)(A), 1441, 6109, 6050S and §119.071(5), F.S.
Vendor Application Form, and as required by the IRS Form W-9 and the ACH Enrollment Form contained therein.
Authorized by 26 USC §§3402, 3406, 1441, 6109 and §119.071(5), F.S.
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Updated February 2013