The State uses Automated Clearing House (ACH) services under this contract to send payments to consumers and vendors and to debit for payments due State of Nebraska agencies. Automating payments reduces expenses and staff time managing paper checks. Receiving funds electronically allows for efficient cash management processes, increased availability of funds, and automated posting of payments to accounts receivable systems.
This contract provides for Automated Teller Machines to be located in State buildings throughout the State of Nebraska at no cost to the State, if the transaction volume warrants.
This contract allows agencies the ability to accept credit card payments via the web, in person, and by phone.
This State contract helps agencies reduce expenses of deposit slip orders by 25 percent to 50 percent. Deposit slips may be ordered in quantities of 150, 300, or 600 and can be duplicate or triplicate.
If you have questions or need to order deposit slips, please contact us, and a Treasury Management staff member will respond.
U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet Card on the Voyager network is a widely accepted fleet card that allows drivers access to fuel and maintenance locations nationwide. It provides cardholders with a flexible merchant locator tool and pay-at-the pump capability, adding convenience for drivers. The State of Nebraska earns an incentive payment based on net quarterly charge volume and speed of payment.
Contractor can offer State employees and program participants the benefit of providing card services at a competitive and reasonable cost to the employee and no cost to the State.
This contract allows entities that receive home bill payments from consumers to receive funds and information electronically. Entities receive an electronic posting file that can be uploaded for automated posting into an accounts receivable system.
This contract allows State agencies the ability to pay state expenses with a credit card and receive a rebate on the dollar volume processed. Examples are conference registrations, utilities, and other approved purchases. Automation of payables allows greater efficiencies and less time managing paper checks. Also, card purchases can be restricted to what is acceptable under State purchasing rules.
This agreement provides a banking service that allows a user to scan checks and transmit the scanned images to a bank for posting and clearing. The requirements for remote deposit capture service include a computer, an internet connection, and a check scanner.
If you have questions about the above contracts, please contact us and a Treasury Management staff member will contact you.
Branded prepaid cards are an excellent option for consumers to receive government payments or for employees to receive their pay. Cards are offered as an option to traditional direct deposit or in combination with direct deposit depending on how the payments are split for consumers. There is no cost to the State of Nebraska for this contract, and individuals receiving payments on cards can make individual decisions about how to spend funds off the card. This program further automates payables and allows for a payment mechanism for under-banked constituents or constituents who do not qualify for traditional bank accounts.