Financial Management

Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR)

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The Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) is a method for transferring funds by one military organization to another to procure services, supplies, or equipment for the requiring service. The MIPR (DD Form 448) may be accepted on a direct citation or reimbursable basis and is defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 253.208-2.

DD Form 448 – Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR)

Top 10 Common Errors
When Submitting a MIPR Incorrect MIPRs significantly impact our ability to get funding on contract quickly; in order to avoid errors, please use the MIPR Checklist and reference the Sample MIPR.  The following are the en (10) most commonly noted errors:

  1. There is NO indication of whether the MIPR should be accepted CAT I (Reimbursable) or CAT II (Direct Cite).
  2. There are NO itemized dollar amounts (breakout) for the TAT and Customer Shared Direct Cost.
  3. An INCORRECT TAT number or NO TAT number present on the MIPR.
  4. The MIPR has NO BPN/DoDAAC/DUNS number present.
  5. The MIPR does not state the contract number.
  6. The Requesting Activity’s line of accounting (LOA) is INCORRECT or INCOMPLETE.
  7. No Financial or Technical POC information present on MIPR.
  8. MIPR is not legible.
  9. Grand Total for the MIPR series is incorrect.
  10. MIPR is not signed, dated, or addressed to DTIC.

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