All new applications for a PCard and/or requests for replacement due to loss/fraud will be available for in-person pick-up at 901 Woody Hayes (Blankenship Hall) effective September 1, 2021. Cards requested on or before August 25, 2021 will be routed to the location referenced on the application or as discussed with the PCard Office. See full NewsLink article for details.
Business and Finance has a new travel curriculum available in BuckeyeLearn. Learners are able to add all the modules to their transcript in one curriculum or search for and complete the individual pieces as needed. The course is primarily intended for travel arrangers and travelers who want more information regarding the travel process. The modules are broken into the steps of the travel lifecycle. See the full NewsLink article to review the module details and access the full Travel curricula link.
The Expense Report approval for service center PCard purchases has been modified. This change eliminates the duplication of approvals on the Expense Report, except for the Business Operations Center Lead.
Effective immediately, Business Operations Center Representatives should now submit the Expense Report with the business purpose of "Service Center PCard." Service centers will need to reference the requisition number on the corresponding expense line for audit purposes. To learn more about this process, review the Create Expense Report for Credit Card Transactions (non-travel) job aid found in the Administrative Resource Center (ARC).
Effective November 18, the AMEX card was retired for use with sponsored projects by principal investigators. A replacement option is available through the PCard Program. Apply now for a new OSP PCard for use beginning December 28.
For the interim, an eRequest for a purchase order can be submitted for purchases through December 14. If emergency purchases are needed after December 14 and before January 7, contact Office of Sponsored Programs (Purchasing) .