Answer: Some applications (FMS1219/1220,& FACTS II) are accessed by dialing into FMSNet (FMS' network system) using a browser to link to FMS system. Another group of GOALS II applications known as GOALS II Internet Access System (IAS) (Statement of Differences, Facts, are accessed using a browser connection to FMS ISP. The IPAC collection of applications are accessed using a browser connection to the Federal Reserve System.
Answer: A collection of applications that allows FMS to collect data from and disseminate reports to the Federal Program Agencies.
Answer: Your user profile is tied to your telephone number in our call-tracking system. When you enter your telephone number, your user profile information automatically appears in the call ticket. The customer support representative is then able to concentrate on your problem and its resolution.
Do I need my SecurID card to access the Information Access System (IAS) applications, e.g., FACTS I, Statement of Differences,?
Answer: No. These are true Internet applications and are accessed like any other web site.
Answer: No. As a matter of fact, ALL users are encouraged to call this support center. First-time callers will have a user profile created while on the phone.
Answer: Users should obtain an ESAAS form from this site and return it to FMS.
Answer: FMS 1210/1220 application allows FMS to Collect transactions and accountability information from agencies who issue their own payments. More...
Answer: Statement of Differences application allows FMS to provide audit differences and supporting information back to agencies on a daily basis. More...
Answer: FACTS II Application allows FMS to collect budgetary accounting information from the agencies on a Standard General Ledger basis.
Answer: FACTS I Application allows FMS to collect proprietary accounting information from the agencies on a Standard General Ledger basis.More...