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Invoice Processing Platform

Invoice Processing Platform

The Invoice Processing Platform (IPP) is a secure, web-based, centralized program through which federal agencies better manage the invoicing process for goods and services, from purchase order to payment notification. The Bureau of the Fiscal Service provides this program at no cost to federal agencies and their vendors. Learn more, at https://www.ipp.gov.

Why use IPP?

It saves money.

  • One federal agency using IPP has already reduced the cost of processing undisputed invoices by 54% and disputed invoices by 43%.
  •  In the 2017 Business Case for E-Invoicing, Bruno Koch of Billentis estimates electronic invoicing saves 59% of the cost of processing an invoice.

Read more success stories at ipp.gov

What can agencies and vendors do in IPP?

As a federal agency, you can

  • make purchase orders available to vendors from your system
  • give the vendor access to the purchase order
  • manage invoice approval processes electronically, which can help you pay on time and avoid Prompt Payment penalties
  • exchange files directly from Oracle, SAP, Momentum, and other financial systems

As a vendor, you can

  • submit invoices to enrolled agencies in several ways
  • check the status of an invoice or payment
  • receive payment details including Treasury offset information

Read more about the features and benefits of IPP at ipp.gov

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Contact the IPP team

Customer support for federal agencies:

816-414-2150
itsenrollment@fiscal.treasury.gov

We are available
Monday – Friday (except federal holidays)
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Last modified 06/25/20