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JFMIP Property Management System Requirements Briefing. Interagency Committee on Property Management February 4, 2004. Overview. The mission of the Joint Financial Management Improvement Program JFMIP financial system requirements documents - Property Management System Requirements

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jfmip property management system requirements briefing

JFMIP Property Management System Requirements Briefing

Interagency Committee on Property ManagementFebruary 4, 2004

overview
Overview
  • The mission of the Joint Financial Management Improvement Program
  • JFMIP financial system requirements documents - Property Management System Requirements
  • Status of the project to update Property Management System Requirements.
what is jfmip4
What is JFMIP?
  • Joint undertaking of the Department of the Treasury, the Office of Management and Budget, the General Accounting Office, and the Office of Personnel Management, working together with each other and program agencies in the executive branch to improve financial management policies and practices.
  • Serves as a catalyst to stimulate action, mobilize resources and coordinate efforts to accomplish this objective.
who is jfmip
Who is JFMIP?

Principals

David M. Walker, Comptroller General of the U. S.

  John W. Snow, Secretary of the Treasury

Joshua B. Bolten, Director, OMB 

Kay Coles James, Director, OPM

Steering Committee

David Zavada (Chair), Chief, Financial Standards and Grants, OMB

Jeffrey C. Steinhoff, Managing Director, Financial Management and Assurance, GAO 

Robert N. Reid, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Accounting Policy, Department of the Treasury 

Clarence C. Crawford, Associate Director for Management and Chief Financial Officer, OPM

Kathleen M. Turco, Chief Financial Officer, GSA 

Karen Cleary Alderman, Executive Director, JFMIP

jfmip focus
JFMIP Focus
  • Financial Management Systems
    • Financial System Requirements
      • Property Management System Requirements
    • Software Testing and Qualification Process
  • Financial Management Human Capital
  • Directed Studies and Projects
      • Interagency transactions, Payroll Study, etc.
  • Education and Outreach
    • Annual conference, awards, forums, newsletter, www.jfmip.gov, knowledgebase,
publish jfmip financial systems functional requirements status october 2003
Publish JFMIP Financial Systems Functional Requirements Status —October 2003

Direct

Loan

System

Seized Property

and Forfeited

Assets

System

Guaranteed

Loan

System

Benefit Payment

System

Travel Systems

Insurance Claim

System

Human Resources

and Payroll Systems

Core

Financial

System

Financial

Reporting

System

Non-financial

Systems

Grant

System

Budget

Formulation

System

Inventory

System

Property

Management

System

Revenue

System

Acquisition

System

Issued Since 1998

Development in Process

Update in Process

Never Issued

Communicates Common Mandatory Requirements

why is an update needed
Why is an update needed?
  • Integrated financial management systems is biggest obstacle financial and program performance. Need to integrate property with core, acquisition, etc.
  • Increased emphasis on fiscal accountability (FFMIA; ‘clean’ audit opinions, etc.) requires improved data integrity....agreeing on data requirements is a first step in the right direction.
  • New changes in laws (FASAB, UID’s) and increasing emphasis on property management and utilization.
  • New emphasis on JFMIP requirements as the Financial Applications and Services layer of the Federal Enterprize Architecture.
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Budget

Formulation

System

Acquisition

System

Acquiring

Inventory

Logistics/Executive

Information Systems

Core

Financial

System

Control of

Inventory

Property

Management

System

Disposition

Of Inventory

Revenue

System

Issued/Customer

Disposal

Illustration of an Integrated System from

Inventory, Supplies, and Materials System Requirements

slide10

Property Management System Requirements Efforts in 2004

  • Led by Department of Defense
  • Working Group representatives from NASA, GSA, HHS, DHS, GAO, NIH, DOD, USDA, DOE, DOI, OMB, FASAB
  • Re-write and expansion of a previous document(www.jfmip.gov)
  • New FASAB Standards
  • Developed new requirement in support of Unique Item Identifiers (UIDs) - Software must have UID field
charter
Charter

Revise the government-wide JFMIP Property Management Systems Requirements document.

  • Minimum acceptable requirements for what

the system must be able to perform

  • Consider value-added functionality
  • Facilitate COTS development
  • Facilitate consolidation of financial statements
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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Source: OMB Financial Management System Inventory, 2003

*Excludes DoD which underreported financial applications for 1999.