Business & Finance Resources

DMPS Business & Finance Procedure Manual

DMPS Affiliate Organization Guide

Instructions on Submitting Stipend Hours

DMPS Contacts

 

Business & Finance Forms

Professional Service Agreement Form

Public Purpose – Food Request Form

DMPS Purchasing | New Vendor Application

 

Travel Frequently Asked Questions

A  summary out-of-district travel from start to finish is available as a quick reference guide. Any specific questions can be directed to the Business Office.

Travel Quick Guide Page 1

Please see the Out-of-District Travel document for step-by-step instructions on how to complete the Travel Pre-Approval form and Post-Travel Expense form in Employee Online.

Employees who will have infrequent need to use a pCard or travel infrequently should check out a building/department pCard from their Office Manager, Bookkeeper, or Executive Assistant.

Prior to checking out a p-card, employees must complete all modules of the online training, read the p-Card and Employee Travel sections of the Business & Finance Procedure Manual, and fill out the p-Card User Agreement form.

  • Step 1: Complete DMPS Procurement Card Program Training (Checking out a p-Card): Module 1   |   Module 2   |   Module 3
  • Step 2: Read sections p-Card and Employee Travel from the  Business & Finance Procedure Manual (link at top of page)
  • Step 3: Complete p-Card User Agreement
Employees who will have infrequent need to use a pCard or travel infrequently should check out a building/department pCard from their Office Manager, Bookkeeper, or Executive Assistant.

For employees who make regular purchases or travel often, an individual pCard can be obtained by completing the following form: Request for Procurement Card – Individual. Once the request is completed and approved, the employee must complete all mandatory trainings and sign a Statement of Agreement. Employees should allow 30 days for receipt of their pCard.

Request for Procurement Card – Department/Building

 

Mandatory Trainings

The district has assigned a credit limit to each p-Card. This is an amount determined by the employee’s supervisor/administrator and is reflected in the Statement of Authority that was signed prior to receipt of the p-Card. If you need to temporarily or permanently increase the credit limit on a p-Card, complete the following form: pCard Change Request Form.

If you need to make a single purchase valued $3,500 or higher, per district purchasing guidelines, you must work the Purchasing department to complete the necessary bids/RFP process. Complete the necessary steps with the Purchasing department, then submit the change request form.

All district p-Cards are blocked from international purchases. If traveling outside of the United States for school business, fill out the pCard Change Request Form at least five business days prior to travel to have the p-Card opened for international purchasing.