The P-Card is a corporate liability card. It looks like and is used like a credit card. The P-Card is ASU’s preferred method for purchasing low-dollar goods and services that serve a public purpose. Using the P-Card will eliminate the need for supplier set up, entering requisitions and receivers and requesting reimbursement. ASU pays the P-Card bill weekly and departments are responsible for reconciling and maintaining their own records in FMS. All purchases must comply with P-Card, Purchasing and Financial Services policies. For more information, go to the P-Card users guide and review the P-Card Use at ASU. ASU staff may use ProcureBot to ask a procurement question.
If you do not have a P-Card and do not wish to obtain one, you may:
- Enter a requisition in the Financial Management System – FMS
- Petty Cash – for certain restricted purchases under $500 FIN 403
- Travel Card – for travel use only
Reference and Training
Fraud Alert Frequently Asked Questions
Fraud Alert Setup Guide
P-Card Use at ASU
Quick guide: authorizations/declines in PaymentNet
Quick guide: allocator access with statements
Quick guide: useful reports in PaymentNet
ASU staff may use ProcureBot to ask a procurement question.