Our Work



General Fund Enterprise Business System develops, acquires, integrates, deploys and sustains enterprise-wide financial and procurement management capabilities to support Army’s current and future missions. GFEBS is the Army’s new web-enabled financial, asset and accounting management system that standardizes, streamlines and shares critical data across the Active Army, the ARNG and the USAR. GFEBS uses SAP software, a COTS ERP solution.


GFEBS Sensitive Activities will operate in a secure and classified environment and offer the functionality of GFEBS to the special operations community. It will enable the final retirement of expensive and outdated legacy core financial systems to include the Standard Operations and Maintenance, Army Research and Development System and the Standard Finance Systems. GFEBS-SA will integrate seamlessly with GFEBS and provide secure, web-based, real time data accessible by the SOCOM and other classified, intelligence and special access program Army activities.


Army Financial Management Optimization Program is the Task Force that makes recommendations to the Secretary of the Army on multi-year transformational efforts focused on improving capabilities toward greater efficiency and achieving audit of our financial statements in 2017. AFMO uses a framework for transformation, which considers the entire Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leader Development, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF-P) construct.


Enterprise Risk Assessment Methodology is an initiative launched by the Business Transformation Agency (BTA) to help business Major Automated Information Systems deliver business capabilities rapidly, at a reduced cost, by identifying program vulnerabilities and providing mitigation solutions.


Integrated Personnel & Pay System-Army is the Army’s future web-based multi-component Human Resource (HR) system. Currently under development, IPPS-A will standardize, streamline, and integrate Soldier personnel and pay processes and data across the Active Army, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve. IPPS-A will create a comprehensive personnel and pay record for all Soldiers by consolidating stove-piped personnel and pay systems that do not share information.


Defense Agencies Initiative is intended to transform the budget, finance, and accounting operations of most DoD Defense Agencies to achieve accurate and reliable financial information in support of financial accountability and effective and efficient decision-making throughout the Defense Agencies in support of the missions of the warfighter. DAI is a critical DoD effort to modernize the Defense Agencies’ financial management capabilities.


Defense Enterprise Accounting & Management System was approved under Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) as a joint United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM), Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), and Air Force (AF) project to implement a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS)-based financial accounting software (Oracle eBusiness Suite) within an enterprise architecture. Accurate, reliable, and timely financial information is a top priority of the Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff of the Air Force.

EBS eProcurement

Enterprise Business System eProcurement is currently employed by the DLA across much of its supply mission area. BSM and other complimentary systems now encompass the Enterprise Business System. EBS modernized and refined the Agency’s supply chain management capability. EBS uses Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) products to provide an ERP solution approach to manage all of DLA’s supply chains and facilitate over 22,000 users operating in 28 countries worldwide. EProcurement provides the Agency with an integrated, COTS-centric, enterprise procurement solution for consumables, services, and depot-level reparables.