Personnel Pay Conference. Ann M. McDonald Funds Accountability and Control Branch Head (PERS-522). Transactional Accounting. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) and Temporary Duty Under Instruction (TEMDUINS) orders were bulk funded until FY11.
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Personnel Pay Conference
Ann M. McDonald
Funds Accountability and Control Branch Head (PERS-522)
Processing Issues Identified
Processing Issues (con’t)
Generating an LOA
This causes the document to post to our Unmatched Disbursements (UMD) list, requiring manual research and submission of a 1081 to DFAS for correction to post the payment to the proper fiscal year.
Used order number for SDN
The correct SDN was on the orders and PSD actually used the last 6 of the SDN in the PAA field but still used the order number for the document number.
This SDN would hit the UMD and require research and manual intervention to post correctly to the finance system.
Basic Typographical Errors
These all require research to find the correct SDN for posting the payments.
Different document numbers
The $1706.40 payment hit the UMD because the document number was bad. The correct SDN for TEMDUINS was N00022111TOE03NW which corresponds with the MPN SDN.
MPN SDN with the OMN LOA
The causes the an “auto-correct” in STARS and posts the payment to the MPN document. These transactions have to be located and a 1081 has to be submitted to realign funds to the correct document.
Wrong TEMDUINS LOA and MPN SDN
The SDN was on the orders and PSD used it in the PAA field but used a FY10 OMN LOA and the order number to create an SDN. Additionally they used the “TO” document number for the MPN line of accounting instead of the “CS” document number
This posted to the UMD and with research the correction was made to properly post the payment.
Effect on Resources