Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
EDI is the computer to computer exchange of routine business information in a standard format. Working with the contracting community, DFAS has implemented EDI transactions to support commercial pay and accounting processes. These EDI transaction sets eliminate the need to re-enter critical data in commercial pay systems and accounting systems. Implementing EDI invoicing capability, coupled with increased use of Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), have been a major factor in decreasing errors and improving payment processing. Additional areas where EDI has been implemented are: Garnishments, Grants, Purchase Card, Travel, Transportation and Medical Logistics.
EDI Implementation Guides - (PDF - 362kb - Apr 2011)
The use of EDI for the submission of commercial invoices include only the Enterprise Business System (EBS) - previously SAMMS & BSM.
The following implementation guides contain information pertaining to what is needed to participate with the DFAS EDI invoicing process:
- EDI 810 3050 Implementation Appendix - (PDF - Jun 2011)
- EDI 820 4010 Remittance Appendix - (PDF - Jun 2011)
For more information, contact the DFAS Columbus Customer Service at 1-800-756-4571.
Page Updated: March 16, 2011