Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP)
See our 2017 training opprtunities for ASAP users:
How Do Grantees Request Payments 02/08/2017
How Do Grantees Enroll in ASAP? 05/10/2017
New User Training for ASAP Grantees 08/09/2017
New User Training for ASAP Grantors 11/08/2017
If you don’t see topics you want listed above, e-mail Cornell Webb to find out about additional training opportunities.
What is ASAP?
ASAP is a completely electronic payment application for federal agencies to quickly and securely disburse funds to
Federal agencies enroll recipient organizations, authorize their payments and manage their accounts. Recipient organizations then request payments from these pre-authorized accounts.
The Department of the Treasury provides this service at no cost to federal agencies and their recipient organizations through ASAP.gov.
What are ASAP's Payment Options?
Grant Payments: Allows grantee "recipient" organizations to draw from accounts pre-authorized by federal agencies.
1031/Letter of Credit Payments: Makes reimbursement payments to financial agents for financial services performed for either Fiscal Service or other federal agencies.
Debit Card Payments: Allows federal agencies to quickly provide the flexibility of cash with the added protection of a debit card in order to reduce liability.