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The Purchasing & Travel Card Program is designed to assist in the management and payment of business-related purchases. The program streamlines the procurement and payment processes from beginning to end. The use of the procurement and travel card will virtually eliminate the use of traditional SDO purchases, and in many circumstances, the need for check requests or petty cash.
P/T Card Program User Manual | (.pdf)
For State Agencies:
Katie Potter, IDOA Procurement
Phone: (317) 234-4998
The PeopleSoft Purchasing/Travel Card Module is intended to upload card transactions electronically for reconciling, statement payment, and portal transparency.
PeopleSoft ELM Upgrade: PeopleSoft ELM has been upgraded. Please review the SPD ELM 9.2 Overview guide to review system updates. For step-by-step instructions to locate and enroll in IDOA training see the Access IDOA Training Quick Guide.
All requests for temporary changes or exceptions to the MCC, single purchase limit or monthly credit limit will be submitted to: CreditCardServices@idoa.in.gov To prevent any unnecessary declines in the future review your card holder information and make necessary strategic change requests
All requests for emergency temporary changes or exceptions to the MCC, single purchase limit or monthly credit limit must be submitted to: CreditCardServices@idoa.in.gov The request must contain the word "EMERGENCY" in the subject line in order to be processed
All new applications should be submitted to CreditCardServices@idoa.in.gov and will be processed on the 15th of each month. Submit the original applications to IDOA prior to the request submission to JP Morgan-Chase.
When searching the IARA website for a State Form:
Click on the gray button that says “State Employee Login”, enter your user name, password and domain and click “ok”, when the search page comes up enter the State Form number in the field and click “search”.