Purchasing Goods and Services
Purchase Orders are created from Purchase Requisitions and are used to control the acquisition of goods and services. WHOI strongly recommends that all procurements of $5,000 and up utilize Purchase Requisitions
To help facilitate the ordering of small dollar supplies, the Procurement department provides the community with a number of Speedy Order Systems (SOS).
WHOI is a 501(C)(3) Tax Exempt organization. This status allows the Institution to seek exemption from sales tax in states where we purchase items for use in the host state.
A list of the different cost center and project object codes used when purchasing goods and services.
All individuals associated with the Institution are governed by the most current Conflicts of Interest Policy. In addition, prior to consummation of a procurement relationship, ethical considerations require members of the Institution involved in any part of the procurement process be responsible for full disclosure to the Institution of any potential conflicts of interest.