The Government Purchase Card (GPC) Program (also known as the GSA SmartPay Program) provides charge cards to agencies/departments throughout the U.S. Government. The GPC Program is intended to streamline the small purchase and payment process, minimize paperwork, eliminate imprest fund transactions, and generally simplify the administrative effort associated with procuring goods and services under the micro-purchase threshold. - Source: DAU. The GPC is also authorized for use above the micro-purchase threshold to place to a task or delivery order (FAR 13.301(c)(2)) and as a method of payment (FAR 13.301(c)(3) and 32.1108).
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