MIL-Comply includes the WAWF Cost Voucher (aka Public Voucher) form with Shipper. The transaction, which differs from the WAWF Receiving Report and Invoice, is for costs and fees incurred during performance of a contract. It is the equivalent of the traditional SF1034 form, which are printed by MIL-Comply.
Simple WAWF Submission
The Cost Voucher editor includes all of the standard MIL-Comply features, including address database lookup, multiple ACRN allocations for line items, and initiator comments.
Submitting the Cost Voucher to WAWF through the Mil-Pac VAN is three simple clicks; no need to log into the WAWF web site.
Importing Your Data
Use MIL-Comply to submit Cost Vouchers from your business system data by creating a very simple plain-text file, referred to as M12 format. The SF1034 Import file is easy for business systems to create.
Using an SF1034 import file reduces the WAWF submission process to six mouse clicks. And, it eliminates errors by using the data directly from your business system rather than transcribing from one system to the other by hand. Any data not supported by your business system can be added manually before you submit the Cost Voucher to WAWF.
Integrating Business Systems with WAWF
Most common supply-chain process transactions (WAWF Receiving Reports, Invoices, UIDs and RFIDs) and Mil-Std-129 labeling can be automated with simple plain-text M12 files. See Integrating Business Systems and the M12 File Specification for more information.