Program Coordinators

Support effective card program management at your agency by using tools offered by GSA SmartPay.

Businesses & Vendors

Find out how to accept, identify, and promote the GSA SmartPay charge cards.

Chip and PIN Coming Soon!

On October 17, 2014 the President signed an Executive Order that requires GSA to take the necessary steps to ensure the GSA SmartPay charge cards have enhanced security features no later than January 1, 2015.

To learn more about the new chip and PIN cards, click here


  • Federal Times: The General Services Administration is preparing for a third generation of its SmartPay program and is asking industry about current best practices for payment and charge cards.
  • The U.S. Government must further strengthen the security of consumer data and encourage the adoption of enhanced safeguards nationwide.
  • Inspectors general from several federal agencies testified on the use and potential abuse of government-issued credit cards.
  • Join us online for the GSA SmartPay Virtual Training Forum on July 29, 30 and 31.
  • Most of the federal workforce are using PIV cards, but having a single card for travel and other purchases is probably several years away.
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    Faces of GSA SmartPay

    Meet the GSA SmartPay team!

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    Some Things You Should Know About the OMB Memo

    OMB Memo M-13-21 outlines the updated charge card management requirements contained within the law such as establishing and maintaining safeguards and internal controls, increased auditing responsibilities, and updated reporting responsibilities.

The GSA SmartPay® program provides charge cards to agencies/departments throughout the U.S. government, as well as tribal governments, through master contracts that are negotiated with major national banks.

SmartPay® Charge Cards are for Official U.S. Government usage only.


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