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(Jan. 5, 2012) -- Effective Jan. 2, the Procard Office began operating under the Office of Financial Affairs, reporting to the Office of the Controller. The new name of the office will be the Procard/Travel Cards Administration (PTCA) Office. Existing Procard Office staff will relocate from the Main Campus to University Heights Building 2, Suite 1.216.

PTCA staff members Anne Jackson and Lisa Bixenman will administer UTSA's Procurement Card (Procard) and Travel Card program.

Departments should contact the office for assistance with these services:

  • Application processing (Procard and Corporate Liability Individual Billed Account (CLIBA) cards only)
  • Cardholder training
  • Cardholder maintenance (Citibank- and Define-related): credit limit, Merchant Category Codes (MCC), activation and deactivation, and Authorized to Inquire (ATI) access (CLIBA card only)
  • Process requests to change the electronic review and approval process for Procard payments.

The office also performs these functions:

  • Reporting/compliance
  • Collections
  • Reconciliations
  • Procard audits
  • Generate Procard payments on behalf of departments

The Office of the Controller and the Department of Purchasing and Distribution Services will work together to ensure the transition is complete without any effect on departmental service. Procard forms and other information will remain available on the Purchasing and Distribution Services website through February 2012 and will transition to the PTCA website after the move. All Procard forms and correspondence should be sent to the new office location beginning Jan. 2.

Procard office staff will retain the same phone numbers. Cardholders can contact PTCA via email at procard.travelcard@utsa.edu.

For more information, contact Anne Jackson, 210-458-4059; Lisa Bixenman, 210-458-7993; Rita Sutton, 210-458-4063; or Diana Ollervidez, 210-458-6915.

 

 

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