Below is general information, guidelines and links that are required for the diverse group within EOAS.
Key requests for faculty, staff, and students are handled through an online FSU form. Alan Michels is
in charge of approving all building keys for the EOAS department. Upon submitting a request he will
receive a notification to review it for approval.
Policies and Procedures for requesting keys are as follows:
All internal purchases require either a Purchase Request Form be submitted to EOASemail@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for approval prior to any commitment of funds. All P-Card purchases require a P-Card Reconcile Form be submitted to EOASemail@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org following a purchase. Any purchases made without a Purchasing Request Form or P-Card Reconcile Form and Budget Manager Approval risk the requestor having to repay FSU for the cost of the item(s) from non-university funds.
When interested in purchasing items available through a SpearMart vendor, please fill out the Purchase Request Form. On your form, indicate which vendor you would like the purchase to be made from, what items you would like purchased (include the catalog number of the item to avoid purchasing wrong brand, color, size, etc.), and the budget they should be purchased from. If necessary, use the addendum provided on page two of the Purchase Request Form to add additional items. If not necessary, leave blank. The Purchasing Program Associate (Kassandra Curiel) will send the request to the appropriate Budget Manager and receive approval to make the purchase. If the Budget Manager denies the purchase request, the Purchasing Associate will return the Purchase Request Form to the Requestor detailing why it was rejected and what changes need to be made for approval. If the Budget Manager approves the Purchase Request Form, the Purchasing Associate will submit the purchase in SpearMart and the Requestor will be notified via e-mail of anticipated delivery dates or possible delays.
When the order is delivered, the Requestor will be notified via e-mail to pick up their package in Suite 2008 in the EOAS Building. The Purchasing Associate will take note of the PO number and packing list to receive on the purchase and release payment to the vendor.
We now have an Amazon Business Account here at EOAS. If interested in making a purchase off of Amazon, please send the Purchase Request Form to EOASemail@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. In the vendor details section of the form type Amazon as the vendor name and leave other vendor fields blank. In the budget section, include what project the charge should be reconciled from after the purchase has been made, as our Account is tied to a department P-Card and cannot be made directly from a specific project or fund number. If the Budget Manager denies the purchase request, the Purchasing Associate will return the Purchase Request Form to the Requestor detailing why it was rejected and what changes need to be made for approval. If the Budget manager approves the Purchase Request Form, the purchase will be submitted and the Requestor will be notified via e-mail of anticipated delivery dates or possible delays. When the order is delivered, the Requestor will be notified via e-mail to pick up their package in Suite 2008 in the EOAS Building.
If assigned a Procurement Card and interested in using your P-Card to make a purchase, first make sure that the intended purchase is an allowable P-Card expense. FSU has a list of Prohibited purchases which are not allowable on a P-Card regardless of the funding source and can lead to the cardholder being charged with a violation of program rules by the Procurement office. The list of those prohibited purchases can be found here. If the expense is allowable you may make the purchase on your P-Card. After the purchase has been made and a receipt is received, forward all related receipts and the P-Card Reconcile Form to EOASemail@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. On the P-card Reconciliation form the P-Card Holder should indicate what budget or project number the purchase should be attributed to for reconciliation. The filled out form will be forwarded to the appropriate Budget Manager for approval. If the Budget Manager denies the P-card Reconcile Form, the Purchasing Associate will return the P-Card Reconciliation Form to the P-Card Holder detailing why it was rejected and what changes need to be made for approval. If the Budget Manager approves the P-Card Reconciliation Form, the Program Associate/P-Card Proxy will reconcile the charges as necessary.
Please note: All receipts should be forwarded the same day a purchase is made. Receipts should be itemized, show that no tax has been charged (P-Card Tax Exemption rules can be found here), and should show only the last four digits of the method of payment used.
If you do not have a P-Card assigned to you and you would like to use a Department P-Card to make a purchase, please submit a Purchasing Request Form to EOAS-Purchasing@fsu.edu or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the Dept. P-Card box and fill in the form with as much detail about the purchase as available. If the Form is approved, the purchase will be made and the Requestor will be updated with expected delivery details. If the form is approved but the purchase requires additional information to be completed, such as login or shipping information, the Purchasing Associate or the Business Manager will be in contact with you to complete the purchase. When the purchase is complete, all receipts or invoices should be forwarded to the EOAS Purchasing e-mail. A P-Card Reconciliation Form will NOT need to be submitted with receipts as the Purchasing Request Form was already submitted with all the necessary information to reconcile.
IMPORTANT: FSU no longer reimburses unencumbered expenses. Please do not make purchases that you wish to have reimbursed from any FSU funds. Speak with the Purchasing Associate or Business Manager to find alternative ways to make your purchase that will be in compliance with current FSU policies.
The shop is equipped as an electronics lab and machine shop to build scientific equipment that are not commercially available. Daniel Dominguez is the supervisor and can service most electronic equipment, fabricate circuits, 3D print, program controllers, and write software. Dave Oliff is the shop machinist and can work with most metals and those plastics with good machining properties (e.g. acrylic). There is some capability for welding, sheet metal work, and woodworking. Within these limitations, the staff tries to build almost anything. Some examples include, digital control systems, sensor instruments, data processing algorithms, air samplers, water samplers, sediment samplers, incubation chambers, and laboratory filter holders.
If you have a deadline, you should start planning as soon as possible. Bring the shop into the planning process when the proposal is being written, and keep the shop informed as the project progresses. The shop mostly handles small (day or less to complete) to medium (less than a few weeks) size jobs to accommodate all needs. For more information on ordering materials or designing and fabricating equipment, you can reach the shop supervisor Daniel Dominguez via email at email@example.com or by phone (850) 644-6840.
There are 9 vehicles within EOAS department:
|EOAS List of Vehicles|
|1303||2019 Ford Transit 15 Pass.||YQ464|
|1304||2019 Ford Transit 15 Pass||YQ465|
|1319||2019 Ford F250 SD 4X4||YR078|
|1272||2018 Dodge Durango SUV||YM979|
|1069||2013 Ford 15 Passenger Van||26821|
|1090||Ford F250 SD Pickup Ext Cab||YE787|
|221||2010 Ford 15 Passenger Van||YD300|
|975||2007 Chevy Cargo 3500||YA063|
|901||2005 Chevy Silverado Pick-up Truck||39497|
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