Federal Program Agencies (FPAs) use (or will use) G-Invoicing for Intra-governmental (IGT) Buy/Sell transactions.
All FPAs must be using G-Invoicing by October 1, 2022 for New Orders and by October 1, 2023 for 'In-Flight' Orders.
The Secretary of the Treasury has the legal authority to create and mandate G-Invoicing under 31 U.S.C. 3512(b) and 3513.
Who is involved in planning G-Invoicing?
Treasury facilitates and supports several government-wide workgroups to solicit, discuss, and review requirements for G-Invoicing.
We have 2 forums where groups discuss specific aspects of G-Invoicing:
We have invited relevant commercial vendors to participate in FMSC subgroups to discuss and help plan parts of G-Invoicing that affect them.
If you want to participate in any of these groups, send an email to email@example.com.
What can an agency do in G-Invoicing now – and in the future?
The current version of G-Invoicing (release 3.3) was deployed to production on 06/04/20 allowing FPAs to point Secondary Data Access Groups (SDAGs) at organizational groups. It was the second of three organizational data access model releases scheduled for calendar year 2020. The third and final organizational data access model release (release 4.0) is scheduled for deployment in December 2020.