Based on survey responses of 350 colleges and universities in North America in 2017, we find that the majority of benefits from purchasing card use are falling to a minority of card-using educational institutions. This study examines the extent to which p-card programs at colleges and universities in North America “fail to launch,” and presents an outline for program selfassessment, identifies common obstacles in implementing a successful p-card program, and provides a roadmap to rehabilitate a languishing p-card program.
Palmer, Richard J.; Gupta, Mahendra; and Brandt, James
"Universities can learn too: Extracting the value stram from small-dollar transactions,"
Administrative Issues Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 6.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/aij/vol8/iss2/6
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