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    It's pretty clear up to (1) micro-purchases. Where it states "(2) delivery orders against indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts, and (3) training requests up to $25,000", Does this mean (2) & (3) up to $25,000 or just (3)?


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    Within the DoD parameters, each Agency determines to what extent it will authorize the use the Government Purchase Card (GPC).  Each Agency or Procurement Activity appoints an Agency/Organization Program Coordinator (A/OPC) to train GPC holders and the A/OPC also ensures appointments are made in writing and kept current. 

    Depending on training and the Cardholder’s (CH) procurement background, the CH is given an appointment letter, from the Billing Officer, authorizing a single purchase limit and monthly expense limit.  Basic limit is micro-purchase threshold, $3,000 Supplies; $2,500 Services or $2,000 Construction (non-contingency). 

    If the CH has received advanced GPC training or is DAWIA Level II or III certified, the Billing Officer may give the CH Order Officer authority which allows them to order off pre-negotiated contracts such as IDIQ and Federal Supply Schedules for supplies, services or training up to $25,000 single purchase limit.  The $25,000 limit is for both (2) delivery orders against indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts, and (3) training requests with the proper appointment authority. 


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