EFM Phase II (B) Redesign Partial Payment Logic. GSA Training Module. EFM Phase II (B) – Redesign Partial Payment Logic Training Module Overview.
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EFM Phase II (B) Redesign Partial Payment Logic
GSA Training Module
Description: This training module will take you step-by-step through changes made to the Partial Payment Processing Logic in the Regional Business Application (RBA) Integrated Task Order Management System (ITOMS) component.
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FSC Previously distributed the full amount of the Contractor Invoice (Certified Invoice + Adjustment) across the applicable Bill Types per Task Item. The system then automatically short paid each Bill type proportionally according to this distribution.
FSC was not able to specify nor view the actual Payment Amounts per Bill Type.
A new “Contractor Invoice Amount” field has been added to the grid representing the full amount invoiced by the vendor.
FSC now enters the Payment Amounts (Certified Invoice Amounts) for each Bill Type and is able to specify how the invoice is to be short paid per Bill Type, per Task Item.
FSC entered full Contractor Invoice Amount (Certified Invoice + Adjustment) and adjustments were taken automatically.
FSC enters Payment Amount (Certified Invoice), specifying how Bill Types will be short paid.
The system now validates that the sum of the Bill Type Amounts + Adjustment Amount = Contractor Invoice Amount.
Changes made to the Bill Type Amount fields in the Contractor Invoice Module flow down to the Contractor Invoice – Billing Distribution Module.
The Bill Type Amount fields now represent the Payment Amounts here too.
Bill Type Amount values were entered representing the full Contractor Invoice Amount (Certified Invoice + Adjustment Amount).
New Bill Type Amount = Old Bill Type Amount-((Old Bill Type Amount/Contractor Invoice Amount)*Adjustment Amount)
Bill Type Amount values have been updated and now represent the Payment Amounts (Certified Invoice Amount).
The new values reflect how the system previously short paid the Bill Types – proportionally according to FSC’s distribution of the full Contractor Invoice Amount.