The ISU Procurement Card (PCard) is a Visa purchasing card available for faculty and staff, designed to reduce the use of petty cash funds, small dollar purchase orders, and eliminate the use of personal funds. PCard usage is restricted to ISU business purchases only, and may not be used for personal expenditures or ISU travel related purchases.

 All procurement card users are:

  • Required to abide by all ISU purchasing regulations when purchasing with the ISU Procurement Card.
  • Subject to the PCard Policy in addition to the mandatory PCard training course.
  • ISU full time employees are eligible to apply for a PCard, with department/unit approval.

Oversight for the PCard Program is provided by the University PCard Administrator and designated individuals administering the program in each department. Responsibility for appropriate administration and card usage rests with individual cardholders and departments. Procurement Card Administration monitors departmental compliance with the PCard program policies and procedures.

How Do I Get A New PCard?

  1. Fill out a Cardholder Application
  2. Send completed application to a mcralaur@isu.edu
  3. Once PCard purchasing receives PCard, an invite will be sent to you From Laura McRae with instructions on how to take a maditory Moodle Training.
  4. After training has been completed, call 282-3112 to set up a time to obtain your PCard.

Purchasing will process your application as quickly as possible and you should have your Pcard within 10 business days. 

 

  • Items for Personal Use (including gas for personal or rental vehicles)
  • Firearms
  • Computers
  • Tablets
  • Printers
  • External Hard Drives
  • LCD Projectors
  • Cameras
  • Scanners
  • Copiers
  • Fax Machines
  • Capital Goods over $2,000
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Bars
  • Cocktail Lounges
  • Cash Advances
  • Stamps (rolls or books)
  • Salaries
  • Wages
  • Entertainment
  • Medical - Doctors, Dentists, Chiropractors, etc.
  • Travel Arrangements i.e. airlines, hotels, rental cars, business meals, conference registration, etc. (except recruitment as noted above)
  • Independent Contractors
  • Live Animals
  • Radioactive Materials
  • Gift Cards
  • On Campus Purchases

Non reacurring, one time expenses under your personal pcard limit

  • Office and class supplies
  • Building Supplies
  • Plumbing Suppies
  • Electrical Materials
  • Automotive Parts
  • Books
  • Newspapers
  • Subscriptions
  • Computer Supplies, ie. CD’s, DVD’s, Flash Keys, Toner, etc.
  • Hardware
  • Tools
  • Lab Supplies
  • Field Supplies
  • Photography
  • Safety Supplies
  • Short Term Equipment Rentals
  • Equipment Repair
  • Spare Parts
  • Welding Repair
  • Advertising Expense (newspaper ads, other media)
  • Work Related Membership Dues/Organizational Fees
  • Travel Expenses for Candidates Recruited for Employment (excluding fuel)

You will need to create a new account to obtain your pin number in Global Card Access

 

Roger Jechart

Senior Buyer

PCARD Administrator

Office: Purchasing Office

208-282-3111

jechroge@isu.edu

Laura McRae

Technical Records Specialist 1

PCARD Administrator

Office: Purchasing Office

208-282-3112

mcralaur@isu.edu

Alida Van Etten

Technical Records Specialist 1

(Backup) PCARD Administrator

Office: Purchasing Office

208-282-3923

vanealid@isu.edu

Purchasing Services

(208) 282-3111

921 S. 8th Ave., Stop 8034 Pocatello, ID 83209

Administration Building, Room 114

Hours:

Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Announcements

Notice regarding Federal Grant Funded Procurements:

Idaho State University has delayed the implementation of the Uniform Guidance Procurement Standards until July 1, 2017, as provided by the waiver of the procurement rules stated in Section 200.110 of the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR Part 200). In the interim, Idaho State University will follow the previous procurement standards according to OMB Circular A-110.

Notice to Suppliers: Fraudulent Purchase Order Email Activity

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