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myInvoice moves to WAWF August 1, 2014

The myInvoice system is moving to Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) effective August 1, 2014.  Contractors/vendors not currently using WAWF must register for WAWF to gain access to the new myInvoice system.  A recent directive from the Department of Defense requires that one entry point is used by all contractors/vendors working with the U.S. Government. 

The new system will utilize the Global Exchange (GEX) to send invoice data with WAWF.  The myInvoice system will remain active for six months to allow for parallel processing before shutting down the myInvoice system. 


For MOCAS Paid Contracts:

In August 2013 there was a programming change to MOCAS, Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) Validation that validates the accuracy of the CLIN information on invoice/billing submissions. For more information Click Here. 

Hard copy Advice of Payments (AOP)

DFAS has ended hard copy Advice of Payments (AOP) for the following customers:

  • Vendors
  • Miscellaneous Pay customers
For more information, click here to see more about the change.


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