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State of Florida Purchasing Card Program

The Purchasing Card (PCard) program is a collaborative effort among State of Florida agencies to streamline the purchasing process for small dollar transactions. Based on a set of statewide guidelines, each agency tailors the program to meet its needs.

In addition, each agency has the responsibility to ensure proper accountability measures and controls are in place for its PCard program. Existing laws and rules governing expenditures must be followed no matter how many payment for goods or services are made.

This website contains information for agency PCard administrators, cardholders, and the general public. Announcements will be used for anything new and noteworthy, while information related to the ongoing administration of the PCard Program will appear in Tips and Techniques.

Please check back on a regular basis, as we will add reports, links, and information related to the program.

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In order to access these reports, a user must have security. This security can be established through their agency's RACF Administrator. If you are not an agency user and need information from a secured report, please contact the agency you are trying to get the information for.


Reports

Note: These reports provide historical data for transactions processed in FLAIR.

Charge Reports

Misc Reports

Codes and Descriptions

Training

For Works-specific training, please refer to the PeopleFirst Learning Management System (LMS).

Contact Information

Please see the Division of Accounting and Auditing Contact page for questions regarding other division realated topics.

Please email us at PCard Reporting for PCard specific questions.

Please continue to contact the OIT Helpdesk @ (850) 413-3190, or click the OIT Helpdesk link on the left of the screen, for issues or problems.

      denotes a secured report when using this website. In order to access these reports, a user must have security . This security can be established through their agency's RACF Administrator. If you are not an agency user and need information from a secured report, please contact the agency you are trying to get the information for.