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Welcome to the University of Maryland's Procurement Card Management System web page (PCMS). If you have any questions or suggestions, please use the Feedback item.


Announcements

Sub code Edits
A new sub code edit feature has been added to the Transaction Reallocation Summary page.
If an invalid sub code is used an error message will be displayed. In order to save the entered data you must enter a correct sub code. The sub code list link is located on the reallocation page for your reference.

General Obligation Bond Funds

General Obligation Bond Funds can only be spent through the formal requisition/purchase order process, and will require advance Board of Public Works (BPW) approval. Ref. State Finance and Procurement Article 8-301. Therefore, such funds cannot be spent using any delegated purchasing tool (purchasing card, small procurement order, or master contract release).

Transaction Posting Dates

Reviewer Electronic Sign-off Due Dates

SMALL BUSINESS RESERVE PROGRAM

Find a Small Business

Campus Department's Role in Meeting SBR

TRAINING

Upcoming Cardholder Training Sessions

ABOUT PCARD/PCMS

Instructions for Using PCMS

Responsibilities of Cardholders, Reviewers and Updaters

Restrictions Associated with PCard Program

OTHERS

Incentives

Identity Theft

Schemes, Scams and Unethical Practices

PCARD FRS Postings
PCARD transactions will post to FRS on the third Wednesday of each month for the previous month's billing cycle. During the time batches are being generated (approx 5:30PM - 9PM) the website will be unavailable.

Related Links
TCARD, FRS Web and PRO Web 

 Hours of Operation
Monday-Saturday: 7AM-Midnight
Sunday: 5PM-Midnight

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9/20/2001