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"Too many controls can make a P-Card program sluggish" TransAct! newsletter

Thursday, September 27, 2012  

This edition of the TransAct! newsletter addresses controls for electronic payments, specifically, Purchasing Cards and ePayables. Although organizations say they want to improve efficiencies and reduce costs, they sometimes sabotage these goals by over-controlling payments.

This edition of the newsletter includes the results of an NAPCP poll and links to sample resources and tools contributed by end-users.

Another highlight is the announcement of a new two-day workshop, "Strengthening P-Card Controls and Using Forensic Analytics to Detect Fraud, Errors, Waste and Abuse," to be held January 15-16, 2013, in Dallas, Texas. Early Bird pricing is in effect through October 10, 2012.

Members, read the complete edition online.


An abbreviated version of this edition was e-mailed to NAPCP members and complimentary subscribers. Not either one? Visit www.napcp.org/JoinNow to sign up!


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