As communicated in the March 13 Finance memo, the closure of the Bank of America (BoA) prepaid card program is forthcoming on June 30, 2023.
Category: PCI Compliance News
To: Campus Finance Unit Leads, University Business Managers From: Brooke O’Neal, University Merchant Manager and Prepaid Card Administrator, Accounting Services The message below was distributed individually to all SAP preparers, but please note the following changes in CERTIFI procedures and … Read more
This memo serves as a reminder of UNC Policy and WiFi stipulations which are meant to ensure the safe, secure, fiscally prudent, and compliant conduct of University business at UNC-Chapel Hill.
CERTIFI is providing two drop-in Town Hall opportunities for you to meet with the committee and receive live responses to your compliance questions. Registration is not required.
Registration is now open for this year’s PCI Town Hall meeting, hosted by the CERTIFI Committee.
Effective November 4, 2019, Brett W. Kenney, University Cash Manager in Accounting Services, began serving as the Interim Chair of the Compliant Electronic Receipt Transactions through Innovation and Financial Integrity (CERTIFI) Committee.
CERTIFI members visited every merchant included in the University’s annual Attestation of Compliance (AOC) over the course of five months. During these meetings, committee members assisted with the completion of the annual attestation documents.
During March, CERTIFI Committee and staff will be presenting a series of PCI Compliance Overview sessions for everyone involved with the processing of credit cards.
Since last year we have made significant progress with our compliance efforts thanks to each of you. Because PCI compliance is a process and not an event, we are about to start our annual training and Self-Assessment (SAQ) completion program.
TO: Business Managers Campus Merchants FROM: Matthew M. Fajack, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Chris Kielt, Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer SUBJECT: Prioritizing Payment Card Safety We write to share with you a number of … Read more