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Register to participate as a panelist or to listen only during this virtual roundtable on the topic of P-Card reconciliation best practices and strategies for success.

 Export to Your Calendar 5/2/2018
When: 1:00 p.m. Central Time
Where: Join in the discussion on the topic of reconciliation best practices and strategies for success!
United States
Contact: Day of Contact: Heidi Kaliher
(952) 546-1880, Ext. 4

Online registration is available until: 5/2/2018
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Higher Education Virtual Roundtable

Purchasing Card Reconciliation:
Best Practices and Strategies for Success

Open to end-users in all sectors and providers

Wednesday, May 2, 2018



How does your P-Card program rate in terms of the simplicity and effectiveness of reconciliation processes? Are you looking for opportunities to improve current practices? This virtual roundtable guides you through the latest advancements in reconciliation. It will address:

  • the different ways in which reconciliation occurs
  • processes utilized by top programs
  • opportunities available for automating workflow, compliance monitoring and approval routing
  • benefits of continuous process improvement
  • best practices for P-Card reporting to management

Key takeaways:

  • learn best practices for P-Card reconciliation that can be applied to a new or established program
  • obtain tips for improving reconciliation processes to increase accuracy, transparency to the overall P2P process and to improve compliance
  • learn which key performance metrics make CFOs happy

This event correlates with Section VII “Managing the Program" of the CPCP exam.

The registration form will ask if you wish to be a panelist or in listen-only mode. You should choose "panelist" if you wish to participate during the discussion. The event will allow up to 24 panelists.

Target Audience

Procurement professionals who already understand P-Card fundamentals, such as individuals with an intermediate level of P-Card experience; this event could also benefit those preparing for the CPCP exam. 


About the Facilitators:

Patricia Anderson, CPCP, Contract & P-Card Administrator
Indiana University

Patty is the P-Card administrator at Indiana University (IU). Her role is to manage the university’s P-Card program to reduce costs and enable growth through improved efficiencies, risk mitigation and market intelligence, while working in partnership to ensure compliance and vendor performance of IU’s strategic contracts. Patty is engaged in developing an innovative P-Card program that better serves the university’s academic mission by achieving best value through best practices. 

Donna T. Ginter, C.P.M., CPCP, CPPB, CPPO, Director of Procurement & Travel Services
George Washington University

Donna sets the strategy for the card program at The George Washington University. She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels, presented on a variety of topics at forums and conferences, and is published on topics such as State and Local Procurement, Social Responsibility and Public Procurement Compensation. Donna is also a member of NAPCP’s Higher Education Advisory Team.


Ashru Shah, CPCP, P-Card Manager
North Carolina State University

Ashru has been at North Carolina State University for the past 15 years, working in finance and business roles. For the past six years, she has been the university's Purchasing Card manager. In her current role as the program manager, she supervises the program administrators who are responsible for daily operations. Part of her responsibilities are to grow the program, which today, is the largest program in the State of North Carolina. Prior to moving to North Carolina with her family, Ashru lived in England and Kenya. In Kenya with her husband, she ran a manufacturing company with retail outlets. Ashru attained her CPCP in 2013.

Date, Time and Event Duration

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

U.S. Participation Times
11:00 a.m. PT | 12:00 p.m. MT | 1:00 p.m. CT | 2:00 p.m. ET


European Participation Times
17:00 GMT | 18:00 CET | 19:00 EET
(If you are outside these times to participate live, a recording of the virtual roundtable webinar can be ordered in the NAPCP store usually within one week following the event.)


The presentation is for NAPCP members and NAPCP subscribers. This virtual roundtable session is intended to last 60 minutes, but may go longer depending on the dialog.


Please note that there is a two-step registration process to receive the webinar access link.


Interested, But Can't Make It? If you are outside these times to participate live, a recording of the virtual roundtable webinar can be ordered in the NAPCP store usually within one week following the event. Please contact Terri Brustad at (952) 546-1880, Ext. 6 if you have any questions. 
Cost and
Onsite Group Participation

The virtual roundtable is complimentary for NAPCP members and $149.00 for NAPCP subscribers. 

Any number of colleagues can join the registrant at the same location and participate; however, only registered attendees earn continuing education credit. All individuals who need to earn credit for the event must register per the instructions below.

Continuing Education Credit

(Limited to Attendees)

In order to earn 0.25 points toward CPCP initial eligibility, re-certification or receive supporting documentation for possible continuing education credit, you must be (1) registered on the NAPCP website AND GoToWebinar, and (2) you must log into GoToWebinar the day of the webinar individually.


Attendance cannot be tracked if you do not log in individually and therefore you will not receive CPCP credit. 

Registration Process and Deadline

The NAPCP is using the GoToWebinar solution to facilitate the event. Please note the two-step registration process:

Step 1. Please click the blue Register box at the top of this page. After you click "Submit," you will view a thank-you page that includes instructions and a hyperlink to the GoToWebinar event page.

Step 2. Click the GoToWebinar link in the thank-you page and simply enter your first name, last name and email address to "reserve your seat" in the webinar. This is an important step so that you receive instructions to join the webinar the day of the event.

PLEASE NOTEThe registration form will ask if you wish to be a panelist or in listen-only mode. You should choose "panelist" if you wish to participate during the discussion. The event will allow up to 24 panelists.

Questions about GoToWebinar? Consult the GoToWebinar Quick Reference Guide.

Registration via the NAPCP website will close at 12:00 a.m. on the business day prior to the webinar.

Dial-in Number & Access Code

After registering, please contact your IT department to ensure that is on your organization's "Safe Sender" list. This is an important step so that you will receive email reminders and complete log-in details prior to the event.

At least one business day prior to the webinar, each registered participant will receive an email message from GoToWebinar with a dial-in number and access code. Please save this important email message. If you do not receive this information at least one business day prior to the webinar, please call Heidi Kaliher at (952) 546-1880, Ext. 4, or email Your dial-in number and access code cannot be shared.


Submit Questions During the Webinar:

During the Q&A portion of the webinar, you will be able to submit questions using the intuitive GoToWebinar tool. You will receive instructions on how to use the tool during the first few minutes of the webinar.

Questions Not Answered During the Webinar:

Participants should contact the speakers directly if their questions (those relevant to the subject matter) are not answered during the webinar.

For More Information For more information, please call Terri Brustad at (952) 546-1880, Ext. 6, or email at
Program Changes and Cancellations The NAPCP reserves the right to make changes in programs and speakers or to cancel programs if enrollment criteria are not met, or when conditions beyond its control prevail. The NAPCP will make every effort to contact each enrollee if a program is cancelled. If a program is not held for any reason, the NAPCP's liability is limited to the refund of the program fee (if applicable) only.


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