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Procurement Card Program Enhancements
The Office of Business Operations is pleased to announce enhancements to the University Procurement Card program:
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- Cardholder on-line access is available through U.S. Bank AccessOnline allowing the cardholder to view card limits, statements, and new transactions
- A new on-line training course is available through UNI eLearning (log-in instructions can be found here)
- Cardholders can now initiate temporary card limit increases and make selected other changes using a new on-line Pro-Card Change Form
Short's Travel will no longer call or email for approval before authorizing travel bookings
The verification process in regards to booking travel will be changing. Short's Travel will no longer require approval before issuing a ticket, but rather notify approvers of tickets being purchased. Approvers have 24 hours to cancel any tickets.
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AP and Purchasing creates an Announcement Email List (12/8/10)
Payment Method for Copier Maintenance/Lease (12/14/10)
Changes or Errors in your Direct Deposit Information
Pro-Card Online Training
User's Manual - revised
Request for Payment
for Payment form is used for processing vendor invoices, reimbursements
to employees not related to travel, payments for honoraria or services
performed by invited guests, and replenishing departmental reimbursement
funds. It should not be used when an online requisition has been
completed for the purchase.
form, after the goods or services have been received, using the
original invoice from the supplier. A supplier number is required
and can be obtained from Supplier Inquiry in Oracle. If the supplier
is not in the Oracle database, have the vendor complete a Supplier
Information Form and submit it to Accounts Payable with the Request
Card is a VISA credit card, issued by US Bank/ Élan Financial
Services showing the name University of Northern Iowa and the individual
cardholder’s name. The Procurement Card is designed to provide
a more efficient and cost-effective method for departments to purchase
small dollar, commonly used items, specifically transactions less
credit limit will be determined by the department, Business Operations
and the Procurement Card Company, based on departmental need. The
maximum credit limit allowed per card will be $5,000, unless special
approval has been obtained from the Purchasing and Payables Manager.
is a privilege granted to the individual by the University, so it
is the duty of each cardholder to ensure the responsible use of
University funds. The University will seek reimbursement for any
inappropriate charges made to the card. Fraudulent or intentional
misuse of the card will result in revocation of the card.
card transactions are audited by the Accounts Payable and Purchasing
Services areas of Business Operations, and monitored by Internal Audit.
for a University of Northern Iowa Procurement Card complete the
Procurement Card Application &
Agreement. NOTE: See back side of agreement
for a list of items disallowed for purchase with the Procurement
regarding the program should be directed to Molly Rickert, Business Operations, ext 3-6448.