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We see this happen all the time and it's important to remember that you need act more like the Federal Reserve than the IRS. What I mean by this is it is better to have a plan about how many points to allow into your economy rather than try to take some back after you have blown out your point values. We generally recommend developing a Gamification Council, and this can start with just the interested parties, and determine how many points are going to be allowed in your instance. Then you give each member who represents a department/division/etc. a set number of points. They can choose to have 2 or 20 missions and break their allocated points into each mission, but it maintains the overall integrity of the game. This way HR's missions are no more important than IT's missions.
I feel like a form may not give you the detail and collaboration you need.
You also need to watch out for the fact that if each department is restricted as far as access, all users will still see those missions they can't complete (and their 'next mission' in the drop-down WILL get stuck on one from a different department at some point) unless you hide everything until earned...