Controls for Beginners: One End-User's Approach
Establishing and/or maintaining effective program controls can sometimes be a daunting task for those new to a P-Card role. Learning from someone who has "been there and done that” can ease the process. Christine Salas-Dorantes, CPCP, CPPB, P-Card program administrator from Johnson County, Kansas, shares how her organization has found success by focusing on key people, processes and procedures. Her presentation will address control fundamentals, helping you build your P-Card education to benefit your ongoing job duties. Hearing the perspective of another end-user can also shed light into potential opportunities for your own program.
|What do you get?
- Link to audio file that expires in 30 days
- NAPCP e-mail with corresponding presentation PDF
|What level of P-Card experience will benefit most from this presentation?
||This offering is for end-users with a beginner level of card experience.
||This audio presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration.
|Original presentation date:
||January 20, 2011
||You must be the purchaser of this presentation to earn 0.25 point toward CPCP initial eligibility or recertification.
About the Speaker:
Christine Salas-Dorantes, CPCP, CPPB, has been in public service procurement for more than 10 years as a purchasing specialist and Purchasing Card program administrator. Her experience with P-Cards began in 1999 when she was given the task to design, implement and manage a program. The only direction she received was "get it done and stay out of the media.” This has been Christine's driving force in managing the program. She holds the CPCP credential with the National Association of Purchasing Card Professionals, the CPPB with Universal Public Purchasing Certification Council certification and a Master's of Business Administration from Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.
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