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CPARS hosts a suite of web-enabled applications that are used to document contractor and grantee performance information that is required by Federal Regulations.Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 42 identifies requirements for documenting contractor performance evaluations for systems, non-systems, architect-engineer, and construction acquisitions.

The Grant Community is also required to utilize FAPIIS to document Terminations for Material Failure to Comply and Recipient Not Qualified Determinations (2 CFR 200).This method should not be how you routinely processing payments—your customers should be entering their card information into a suitable payment form or mobile application.When card information is manually entered into the Dashboard, we cannot verify that it’s being kept secure outside of Stripe.The CPARS applications are designed for UNCLASSIFIED use only.Classified information is not to be entered into these applications.Certain methods may require you to upload additional PCI documentation to us.

If this is necessary, we’ll notify you in the Dashboard.Stripe makes this easy for you as we can do the heavy lifting to protect your customers’ card information.You can simplify your PCI compliance as long as you: All Stripe users must validate their PCI compliance annually.If your application is used to accept card information for multiple customers on your device (e.g., a point of sale app), consult a PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) to learn how best to validate your PCI compliance.The PCI Security Standards Council has published a series of changes to eligibility requirements for SAQ A.If you’re not sure how to prove that your business is PCI compliant (e.g., your integration was built by a third-party), Stripe determines what documentation might be required based on how you’re processing payments and provides this information in your account’s compliance settings.