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requisition

(re″kwĭ-zish′ŏn) [L. requisitio, a searching]
An order for a specific laboratory service or test, e.g., for a specimen to be analyzed.
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ChefTec's Requisitioning Module (REQ), part of its Mobile Solutions suite of products, allows users to do requisitioning on a tablet or other hand-held device.
At the Cabinet Office, Sir Clive Rose warned: "It is clear, however, that, once the oil tanker drivers suspect that troops may be used, there must be a strong likelihood of sabotage which it may be difficult to forestall, how ever swiftly requisitioning takes place following the declaration of emergency."
Requisitioning. In our analyses (2) of requisition data, we found over 28K requisitions loaded in SBSS accounts that did not have a matching requisition in the wholesale systems (24K at DLA and 4K at AFMC).
The SCIP was originally envisioned as a "portal" product, providing Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) transaction input capabilities, allowing users to query consolidated case, case line, requisition and supply discrepancy report information extracted daily from the Defense Security Assistance Management System (DSAMS) and Army, Navy and Air Force legacy systems.
* Automates supply ordering using fleet maintenance data, eliminating fleet requisitioning
Every day, thousands of requisitions flow through the military requisitioning pipeline.