Written authorization

Grant request to exceed purchasing authority

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Description:

An internal memo to authorize an employee to go above his or her purchasing authority to complete a transaction. Some agents / employees have certain limits on what they can do. In this case, an employee has to ask for a written authorization to exceed his or her current purchasing authority to complete a task. The supervisor writes back to give the appropriate approval that is required by internal policies.

How to use this Document?

This memo should be addressed to the employee who has requested for a written authorization to exceed his or her purchasing authority.

This letter should be used only when it has been decided that there is a need to complete a purchase that happens to exceed the authorized amount. This is a formality that enables the employee to go ahead and execute that decision that has already been decided at the meeting.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Business > Human Resource / Employment > Internal Memo / Policies / Staff Handbook / Manual

 
Keywords:

purchasing authority

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internal memo

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approval

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supervisor

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