USF PCard

USF PCard

What's New in PCard

Within the Reconcile Statement page, reconcilers can see old closed transactions, or new staged transactions that need reviewing and reconciliation. Here, reconcilers can easily find out which charges have Appian TRs associated to them, as they would depict a "Y" under the Appian Travel column. If there isn't a TR associated to a charge, then the field is blank. For more information, click here

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Who We Are

Procurement Card (PCard) Services is a unit of the Purchasing Service Department in the Controller's Office and is responsible for the issuance of PCards, management & administration of the program, and ensuring compliance with rules, procedures, and policies related to PCard usage.

All cardholder activity statements and receipts can continue to be forwarded via e-mail to pcardreceipts@usf.edu or via campus mail to PCard Compliance, SVC 1073.

What is a PCard?

The USF Procurement Card (PCard) is a University of South Florida VISA credit card issued by JPMorgan Chase. 

Purpose of the Program

The USF System PCard Program permits USF System management to authorize the issuance of PCards to USF System employees. PCards are allowed for purchases of small dollar commodities and services and travel for official USF system business. The PCard Program allows for business purchases to be conducted in a more efficient and cost-effective process across the Procure to Pay system.

PCard Authority

The USF System established a USF System PCard Policy (#5-026) effective August 20, 2009. The Policy describes what is allowable. Also, all PCard purchases are subject to all of the USF System and Florida Board of Governors regulations, policies and procedures as well as applicable Florida statues and Federal laws and regulations.

PROGRAM BENEFITS

The USF System PCard Program provides the following benefits:

PCard Guidelines Manual

The PCard Guidelines Manual is available as a PDF document for viewing and printing. Click here to access the manual.

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