Corporate Purchasing Card Program
Marylandís State Government Corporate Purchasing Card (CPC) was implemented in 1997. A Corporate Purchasing Card is similar to a consumer credit card except there are no fees or interest costs to the state. The State contracts with a bank to provide card services. The CPC is used by authorized agency personnel to provide small dollar purchases of $5,000 and under. The CPC program involves millions of transactions and over $250 million in expenditures each fiscal year using approximately 7,000 cards. The Comptroller of Marylandís General Accounting Division (GAD) is responsible for administrating the statewide program. GAD provides oversight for the control of the program and coordinates a program to monitor and report fraud, waste, and abuse. The review program involves: the Office of Legislative Audits 1-877-FRAUD11 (1-877-372-8311) or www.ola.state.md.us, the agency Purchasing Card Program Administrator, the agency audit staff, and the monthly reviews conducted by the CPC staff of GAD.
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Corporate Purchasing Card Manual 4/7/10
Contact Information and Vendor Definitions 10/1/10
Introduction to Corporate Purchase Card
Exhibit A - Cardholder Agreement Form 10/1/10
Exhibit A(1) - Cardholder/Travel Agreement Form 4/7/10
Exhibit B - Cardholder Information Form 4/7/10
Exhibit B(1) - Travel Account Information Form 4/7/10
Exhibit B(2) - New Application Cardholder Information Form 1/13/11
Exhibit C - Cardholder Information Maintenance Form 4/7/10
Exhibit D - Cardholder Statement of Disputed Item Form 4/7/10
Exhibit E - Cardholder Activity Sheet 4/7/10
Exhibit F - Account Code Number Set Up Guidelines 4/7/10
Exhibit G - Posting and Payment Distribution Process 4/7/10
Exhibit H - Reviewer Agreement 8/24/10
Exhibit H1 - Reviewer Agreement (Travel) 9/27/10
Merchant Category Code (MCC) block list (Feb 09)
Level 3 report in Access - Detailed Transaction Report with Level 3 data from USbank AccessOnline should be run each month and compared to the information provided by the cardholder on the Cardholder Log, Monthly Bank Statement, and Receipt.