Virtual Conference & Wide Area Workflow Demo Computer Lab

Federal Government Receivables & Research Bureau (FGRRB)

"How to Get Paid By Uncle Sam"

WAWF Wide Area Workflow Demo Lab

FGR&RB

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EIN 84-4572273

November 17    
  10:00am - 5pm Classroom Training by Govenment Employees
     
November 18
  10:00am - 5pm Classroom Training by Govenment Employees

ADDITONALLY FROM DFAS-Columbus, Indianapolis and Cleveland-Topics to include:

  • Wide Area Workflow PowerPoint presentation and approximate 3-4 hour demo lab Learn the different invoicing and approval processes your invoice goes through as the payment process evolves: Receipt, Acceptance, Entitlement, Pre-Validation, Reconciliation and ultimately the payment
  • President Trump has ordered finance centers when possible to pay both small and large business in 15 days • MOCAS Data Share concept is expanding to other payment systems within DFAS. Learn how you can access accounting and finance records within DFAS. This data was not available to vendors/contractors in prior periods.
  • Pre-validation threshold to drop 20 $2,500. Learn how this will affect your invoices being processed.
  • MOCAS, DFAS’ largest payment system is being re hosted, how will this affect your invoice processing?
  • DFAS Customer Service options and how to expedite your invoices through the entire process. - Learn about the different Payment Systems within DFAS and how their processes effect payments.
  • MOCAS Entitlement, Procedures, Reconciliation, Close-Out, Cancelled, and Expired Funds.
  • Procedures so that expired and cancelled funds may be re-opened so payment may be made.
  • Receive a listing of telephone numbers and options to use so the problem invoice may be paid.
  • Prompt Pay Act—Learn the steps necessary to get paid on time, and if not, learn how you can collect interest and additional penalties owed to you.
  • Learn all about the new functionality of WAWF
  • Learn the Procure to Pay methods from the Department of Defense
  • Billing Procedure Differences for Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and other Defense Departments.
  • LEARN THE MANY Different Invoicing Tools and How They Affect Your Payment and Invoicing Terms—Cost Vouchers, DD 250s, Commercial Invoices, Progress Payments, and Performance Base Payments.
  • Learn how to use and access myInvoice to view the status of your invoices—Remittance and Reconciliation Data.
  • Learn how to view your Department of Defense contracts online.
  • Receive email addresses and phone numbers to assist you in the collection process.

FROM The Department of Treasury/ Federal Reserve Bank:

  • Invoice Processing Platform - A full circle of e-commerce techniques from contracting to invoicing to payment, etc. A demo lab is being offered as well

From: Defense Contract Management Agency

  • Role of the Administrative Contracting Officer, obtaining acceptance, MOCAS and more

The Registration Fees  

$1,195 by October 8th
$1,295 after October 8th

The registration is for one password which may only be logged on to one computer at any given time.
Multiple people may participate for the one registration fee assuming your fellow employee(s) have access to view and hear your computer screen
such as in a conference room or similar environment.

If you have registered for the virtual conference and require more than one computer connection, additional passwords are available at $225 each.

BEGIN REGISTRATION HERE

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Contact George Reaver today to discuss your objectives and how we can assist you. Please telephone 443.212.5460 or email  georger@fgrrb.org

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Cancellations & Substitutions:

Registration fees, less a $95 cancellation fee, will be refunded for written requests received no later than 30 days before the start of the conference. No refunds will be allowed after that. Substitutions are permitted. Although unlikely, speakers may change without notification.