American Express has adapted its services to better meet the needs of the public sector. Exclusive to Elavon, this program allows government agencies and qualified higher education institutions to accept American Express the same way as the other card brands - one statement for all cards, same speed of pay and a single point of contact.
Expand the card types available to your citizens to pay fees, fines and taxes. With no back-office changes required, your agency can leverage existing reconciliation processes to accept American Express. Like other card brands, American Express for Public Sector is service fee eligible so your organization can offset the costs of card acceptance.
American Express is designed to fit the needs of the Public Sector.
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