Regardless of your industry sector, having a relief plan for emergencies is essential to business continuity. Join us for this webinar and learn from an end-user who has "been there/done that,” so you do not need to reinvent the wheel when it comes to figuring out the role of P-Cards before, during and after an emergency. This webinar, led by Karen Rodgers, CPCP, will address:
- issues to consider from start to finish
- how to set up cards
- when to put cards into action
- roles and responsibilities for key cardholders
- considerations for tracking documentation for FEMA
- lessons learned
As a result of attending this webinar, you will have a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of an emergency preparedness plan, enabling you to:
- develop or refine your P-Card program to include disaster recovery
- enhance cardholder guides to include roles and responsibilities before, during and after an emergency
- promote and communicate the plan within your organization
|Attendees should have a basic understanding of P-Card fundamentals|
|About the Speaker
Karen Rodgers has been with the City of Port St. Lucie, Florida, since 1999 and has served as the procurement card administrator for the past seven years. In June of 2007, Karen achieved the Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) credential. She has led breakout sessions at NAPCP Annual Conferences, as well as events hosted by other organizations. Karen received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and has more than 20 years of accounts payable experience.
|Date, Time and Cost
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
11:00 a.m. Pacific; 2:00 p.m. Eastern
This is a 60-minute event.
Registration fee of $99.00 for NAPCP members; $199.00 non-members.
An individual paying the applicable full price (member or non-member rate) may name up to two colleagues at the same location to receive the buddy rate of $49 each. To invite buddies, enter their names and e-mail addresses in the spaces provided within the webinar registration form. Already registered for this webinar? Click here to invite buddies.
|Registration Process and Deadline
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Step 1. Please register through the NAPCP website. 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 e-mail 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.
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Registration via the NAPCP website will close at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern) on the business day prior to the webinar.
|Continuing Education Points
You must be a registered attendee of this webinar to (1) earn 0.25 point toward CPCP initial eligibility or recertification and/or (2) receive supporting documentation for possible continuing education credit toward other professional certifications.
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|Onsite Group Participation
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|Cancellation Policy for Fee-Based Webinars
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Registered substitutes who do not attend or cancel less than one week prior to the event are liable for the entire fee.
|Program Changes and Cancellations
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