Small Purchase Charge Card (SPCC)
The Small Purchase Charge Card (SPCC) program offers departments an alternate payment method when making small purchases. This method gives departments the opportunity to purchase goods and services costing $5,000 or less. Use of the charge card allows the University to consolidate multiple vendor payments into one monthly payment to Bank of America VISA; the Commonwealth of Virginia’s designated purchase charge card contractor. Bank of America VISA, in turn, makes payments directly to the vendors. Reports are available to help cardholders and departments maintain control over purchases and payments.
The Small Purchase Charge Card (SPCC) Program is governed by the Commonwealth Accounting Policies and Procedures (CAPP) Manual Topic No. 20355 – Purchasing Charge Card. As allowed by CAPP Topic 20355, Radford University’s procedures are more stringent in some areas in order to comply with the university’s internal policy and procedures.
Additional applicable policies and procedures on expenditures can be found in the Commonwealth Accounting Policies and Procedures (CAPP) Manual Topic 20310-Expenditures.
Questions or requests for assistance should be addressed to Radford University's SPCC Administrator:
Bank of America Travel Charge Cards
Travel charge cards provide traveling employees with a means of charging expenses incurred while conducting official State business only thereby reducing the need to issue travel cash advances. Travel Charge cards are governed by the Commonwealth Accounting Policies and Procedures (CAPP) Manual Topic 20360. There are two types of Travel cards:
INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY TRAVEL CARDS
All charges made using the state-sponsored Individual Liability Travel cards are the employee’s responsibility and are payable in full each month (regardless if you have been reimbursed for the expenditures). Noncompliance with travel charge card policies by cardholders is grounds for revocation of card privileges without alternate Travel Cash Advance privileges.
AGENCY AIRLINE TRAVEL CARD (ATC)
Agency Airline Travel Card is only used for airline purchases through the university’s travel agent. The bill is paid directly by the university. Bank of America is the State’s travel charge card provider.
Questions or requests for assistance should be addressed to Radford University’s Travel Charge Card Program Administrator:
Last Updated: 3/5/18