Procurement Cards (PCards)

News & Information

Beginning March 22nd PCard charges will no longer post to myUFL.  All charges will post to UF GO and be ready for processing on the April 3rd kick off day.

Charges remaining in myUFL need to be approved timely.  We hope to complete the full transition from myUFL to UF GO quickly as possible.

To have access to UF GO, you need to complete the UGO100: Introduction to UF GO training session

For information on UF GO, visit the UF GO Onboarding


 5/17/2023 –

There are some remaining past due charges that need to be approved ASAP.

To see if your business unit has past-due charges, click this link, Past due – 2023-05-17, to find a list of charges as of this morning, Wednesday May 17, 2023.  Questions should be sent to

Your timely approval will be greatly appreciated.


4/4/2023 – There a many PCard Vouchers in error which need immediate attention.  To assist you in determining if your department has vouchers in error, use this link PCard Vouchers in error – 4/4/2023

For information on how to correct vouchers in error see the Correcting Voucher Budget Errors Simulation | PDF guides


The University of Florida Procurement Card (PCard) is a corporate credit card issued by Bank of America. Just like a regular credit card, it’s fast and easy; no waiting for a purchase order and vendors are paid quickly.
PCards are designed for UF staff, faculty, graduate assistants, and OPS employees who make purchases or travel for official University business. PCards are only issued to individuals whose dean, director, or department head authorizes the requests.

All PCard purchases must have a clear business purpose and be permitted by the funding source. The PCard may only be used for purchases that are reasonable and for appropriate goods or services necessary to accomplish the mission of the University.

To apply for a PCard:

All PCard transactions are subject to review by the PCard Team.

In the case of PCard use, it is extremely important the University maintain a positive reputation for being a good steward of all moneys.  It is equally important that sound fiscal processes be in place to ensure the appropriateness of PCard use.

Please be sure your department has the budget available before making any charges. For instructions on how to check your budget see the KK Budget Inquiry Instruction Guides on the myUFL Toolkits section of Human Resource Services’ web site.
Use the Alphabetical Index link to find more information about the PCard program, policies and procedures, and appropriate use.