DEFAS

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DEFASDefense Finance and Accounting Service (also seen more commonly as DFAS)
DEFASDiverse Emergency Feedwater Actuation System
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9 percent accuracy rate in completing affected employees' personnel actions and no glitches in processing their pay through the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.
Over the next several weeks, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service will drop the first five digits of a person's social security number from all hard copy pay statements and checks to guard against identity theft.
From a Defense Finance and Accounting Service press release dated January 29, 2004)
According to Roger Scearce, former deputy director of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (the finance and accounting services provider of the Department of Defense) and now a vice president with American Management Systems (a provider of financial management solutions to the federal government), the federal CFO is "the honest broker: the professionally-credentialled steward of the organization's resources," who provides the tools and financial information an agency needs to succeed in its mission.
All Army components (Active, National Guard, and Reserves), major commands, Army installations, and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) will benefit from GFEBS implementation.
As Director of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, I've seen these efforts begin to pay off in significant improvements in the quality of products and services that we deliver and in lower costs to our customers in the Armed Services, Defense agencies, and other federal organizations.
Teams included folks from all three military departments, the Defense Logistics Agency, Defense Finance and Accounting Service, the Commerce Department, the acquisition community, the Foreign Procurement Group and our defense industry associations.
The IGT Initiative team is composed of staff from the Office of the Secretary of Defense comptroller and acquisition, technology, and logistics organizations, as well as leaders from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.
A training effort of this magnitude was significant in that it required a cooperative team from the military departments, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service Denver Center and field sites at Wright-Patterson AFB and St.
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