The following information may be helpful as you reconcile Procurement Card transactions within the Concur Travel & Expense System:
The PSC website contains information on procurement policies, procedures, and instructions, including:
The Procurement Card is a method of procurement than can be used for small-dollar purchases. Individual cardholder limits vary, but can be set up to $5,000. However, the Procurement Card cannot be used for everything - there are restrictions. Online training is required before the Procurement Card can be issued. The Procurement Card application is available on the PSC Forms page.
Travel arrangers can book travel through Concur - and expense delegates can help process travel and Procurement Card transactions - on behalf of others. One person can have both roles. There are step-by-step instructions for identifying travel arrangers and expense delegates.
And remember: You can tell whether you are an expense delegate, travel arranger, or both by how your home page appears once you select a name from your Delegate dropdown.
Your Procurement Card limits, billing address, Approving Official, and default SpeedType are listed under the Expense Information section of your profile. Refer to the Step-by-Step Guide Working in the Concur Travel & Expense System for further information.
Detailed Step-by-Step Guides are available on the Concur Learning Resources page, specifically:
The Procurement Service Center (PSC) newsletter frequently provides information, tips, and tricks for CU Marketplace...and other procurement-related topics. Email email@example.com to join the User Alert list and begin receiving email notifications when a new edition is available. (Note: This will also sign you up for email notifications of Office of University Controller news on a regular basis.)