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GFP Processing in WAWF and IUID Registry

GFP service contracts have special WAWF requirements, starting with acknowledging custody of items in the IUID Registry, then choosing the correct WAWF transaction: Reparable Receiving Report (RRR) or Property Transfer (DD1149). End-of-life events like scrapping and warranty replacement complicate the process.   But not to worry...

MIL-Comply makes it simple.

Government-Furnished Property (GFP) service contracts present a new set of challenges to contractors, even those already used to dealing with Wide-Area Workflow (WAWF).  

The first challenge is to ensure that items are shipped on a Reparable Receiving Report (RRR) rather than the standard Receiving Report (RR/DD250) used for new acquisition. Besides being a violation of DFARS, WAWF will reject RR's for items in the UID/IUID Registry. Shipping an unregistered GFP item on a standard RR creates a big problem because the item is registered as newly acquired at the cost of repair, entering service on the ship date.

Before you can ship on a WAWF RRR, custody of GFP items must be acknowledged in the IUID Registry. GFP items not found must be added to the IUID Registry by the servicing contractor. There is also a requirement to add some data that may not have been required when the item was first sold.   

GFP Process Flow

MRO activities may involve change of item part numbers, which must be performed in conjunction with the Registry.  And items which have reached end-of-life need to be scrapped and/or replaced under warranty, requiring different IUID Registry transactions.

Sounds complicated, right? It is, but MIL-Comply does most of the hard work, automatically. It knows to send a Reparable Receiving Report (RRR) to WAWF instead of a standard RR, although the user may hardly notice that this is happening. Items replaced under warranty are shipped on a Property Transfer (DD1149), rather than a RRR.  

Servicing GFP is composed of four distinct steps:

MIL-Comply can be used to simply handle the UID Registry part of GFP servicing, although it makes more sense as part of an integrated WAWF process for GFP, receiving reports and invoicing transactions.

Learn more about MIL-Comply IUID processing.

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Get more information on Managing the Impacts of UID and GFP, including a downloadable PDF white paper with use cases, which is available by contacting one of our sales representatives:

   Sales Department    or call 760-788-3030, Option #1.