The maximum single transaction value that can be made using the Government Procurement Card is equivalent to $500,000.
There is no minimum transaction value.
Such high value transactions would be subjected to an extremely high level approval process from the card issuing bank, before payments were made to suppliers.
The card issuing banks are the main bodies that store data for transactions made through the Government Procurement Card (GPC) service.
Some customer organisations will hold their own GPC transactional data, this being provided by the card issuing banks. Additionally some customer organisations may hand off GPC transactional data to third party service providers, to help streamline the purchase to pay process.