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ProCard Key Resources and Reminders - Fall Semester 2020
View reminders on important topics like procuring PPE, office supplies, and spending practices and transaction monitoring
Nov.Dec 2019, communications, Jan 2020, pilots, Feb -June 2020 new policies and training, ongoing training is ongoing

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ProCard Policy and Process Improvement Project

The ProCard policy and process improvement project was launched in 2018 with the goal of increasing compliance and internal controls while safeguarding university funds through standardized policies, processes, and practices.

All across campus – in the classroom, labs, administrative spaces, or in the field – the university must continuously foster a commitment to an ethical environment. By increasing internal controls and compliance in relation to the ProCard, we are also creating a framework that will define and emphasize a culture of integrity that promotes continuous growth, improvement, trust, and accountability.

The ProCard plays an important procurement role in the day-to-day business of the university. The Purchasing Office is committed to ensuring units will not experience business disruptions while we look for ways to make the processes more efficient, effective, and easier to understand.

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