All Credit Card holders are reminded:
When Bank of America suspects fraud on an account, the Bank will call the card holder to verify transactions. If you receive a call from a Bank of America representative and are not comfortable verifying information, you should contact the number on the back of your card. As always you should not give out personal information over the phone and these individuals should not be requesting anything other than what is necessary to verify the account.Procurement Cards for State Agencies:
The P-Card is intended to be used on small purchases, authorized under SAM
To get started in the P-card program, please click on the link "Procurement Card Participation Forms" in the table below. Complete the applicable forms and submit them to the Internal Audit Division. Once approved, Internal Audit will forward an approval form to the agency and to Purchasing. Purchasing will then facilitate the new account setup with Bank of America.
All participating agencies with approved policies and procedures on file must maintain updated information each time new cardholders are added (Internal Controls Policy & Procedures and Cardholder Agreement forms) or there is a PCA change.Corporate Business Accounts (CBA)/Ghost Cards for State Agencies:
To initiate the process, State Agencies requiring a new CBA/Ghost Card account need to contact Cindy Stoeffler
via email or at 775-684-0173. Agencies that need to add, delete or make changes to a CBA/Ghost account will need to contact the assigned customer service representative for Bank of America
listed towards the bottom of this page. All card accounts cycle on the 25th of the month and must be paid per the reconciliation and payment process outlined on the State Controller's website located at http://intra.ktl.nv.gov
- Agency Services. Statements for all card accounts are available online, 24/7/365 through the Bank of America Payment Center. It is your responsibility to log onto the system to view, retrieve, and reconcile your statement. Payments can also be made online through the Payment Center.
State employees requesting an individual liability travel card must contact their agency's Travel Program Scoped Administrator. Information on how individual liability travel card holders register for online payment processing can be found here.
As a reminder, the State travel card is not intended for personal use. While the charges incurred on the cards are the individual’s liability, only State authorized travel expenses are allowed (See SAM
Please direct general questions for both the procurement and CBA/Ghost Travel card programs to the assigned credit card program provider.
These contracts may be used by the Nevada System of Higher Education, the Court System, the Legislative Counsel Bureau and all Political Subdivisions within the State of Nevada.