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Very Important News about Integrated Acquisition Environment (IAE)

This GSA-administered website is the official website of the federal government that offers the public a chance to follow and comment on performance of the use of funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), signed by President Obama on February 17, 2009. Recovery.gov reports all federal agency expenditures of the Recovery fund, providing transparency and accountability in the process. The site includes information about federal grants and contracts as well as formula grant allocations.

The Integrated Acquisition Environment used to consist of eight systems: CCR, FedReg, EPLS, eSRS, FBO/FedTeDS, FPDS, ORCA and WDOL, but as of May 29, 2012 the systems were integrated into one. While the systems previously interacted, there were no shared services between them. Each system had its own database, unique data elements, reporting capabilities, user accounts, security certifications, etc. and was maintained by separate agencies. The new IAE acquisition strategy aggregates these services, ultimately moving these separate and disparate support systems to a single integrated platform where common business services are shared. The system monitoring IAE is the System for Award Management (SAM).

What do you have to do? NOTHING. If your registrations are up for renewal, you will need to visit http://www.sam.gov to complete the registration. All data will be migrated into SAM. Training and information is also available at www.sam.gov.

Individual Subcontracting Report (ISR)

An ISR is required for each contract containing an Individual Subcontracting Plan. It is also required semiannually from a prime contractor and its lower tier subcontractors. An ISR is not required for Commercial or DoD Comprehensive Subcontracting Plans (CSP). A Summary Subcontract Report (SSR) is required from each prime contractor/subcontractor with at least one contract supporting DoD that includes an ISR. An SSR, which includes all subcontracting under federal government contracts and non-government contracts, must be submitted semiannually.

Latest Statistics for WAWF Average Time to Pay

  • Delivery invoices (with WAWF acceptance): 23.8 days
  • Cost vouchers (with DCAA approval): 7.5 days
  • Cost vouchers (direct bill): 3 days
  • Performance-based payments: 5 days
  • Progress payments: 2.6 days

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