Small Purchase Charge Card (SPCC) offers departments an alternate payment method when making small purchases. This method gives departments the opportunity to purchase goods and services, costing $10,000 or less. Bank of America is the charge card vendor for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The charge card eliminates vendor invoices and consolidates multiple vendor payments into one monthly payment to Bank of America. Bank of America makes payments directly to the vendors. Information reports are available to help cardholders and departments maintain control over purchases and payments. Departments shall maintain a record of their purchases so spending limits can be monitored and purchasing activity can be reconciled to the monthly card statements. Departments must retain all SPCC records for three (3) years plus current fiscal year for auditing by the Cash & Investments Office.

Currently, use of the SPCC is limited to amounts up to $10,000 per purchase transaction without approval by Cash & Investments and Procurement to make purchases over that amount on the SPCC. Departments are liable for authorized charges made using the SPCC, cardholders are responsible for official University purchases only. The University does not permit use of the card for personal items; cash advances, and travel expenses (with the exception of mass transit and conference registration fees). To maximize the reduction in administrative costs, cardholders should make purchases from vendors who accept the card.

Cardholders may contact the Small Purchase Charge Card (SPCC) Program Administrators at appa@jmu.edu if they have questions concerning appropriate use of the card.

 
Small Purchase Charge Card Training and Application

International Accounting Purchase Charge Card Training and Application
 
"How to set up your SPCC in eVA"
WORKS Reconciliation Training Guide
 SPCC Workflow Forms Training Guide
Bank of America WORKS Reconciliation Tips
Penalties for Infractions
Bank of America Online Reconciliation WORKS Training
SPCC Audit Report 
Best Practices to Identify Phishing Emails
(provided by the Bank of America)
VISA SPCC Training Manual
Chip and PIN Cardholder Quick Reference Guide
Merchant Surcharging
Entering SPCC information into eVA
 FY23 Training Session Schedule

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