WAWF eBusiness Suite


The Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) e-Business Suite application handles registration for the following applications:

Invoicing, Receipt, Acceptance, and Property Transfer (iRAPT)

iRAPT is a secure Web-based system for electronic invoicing, receipt and acceptance. iRAPT creates a virtual folder to combine the three documents required to pay a Vendor - the Contract, the Invoice, and the Receiving Report. The iRAPT application enables electronic form submission of Invoices, government inspection, and acceptance documents in order to support the Department of Defense (DoD)'s goal of moving to a paperless acquisition process. It provides the technology for government contractors and authorized DoD personnel to generate, capture, and process receipt and payment-related documentation, via interactive Web-based applications. iRAPT also provides the capability to electronically capture and submit information in support of the shipment and the receipt of Government Furnished Property (GFP) by the DoD and Vendor activities.

DoD WAWF Policy Information

DFARS 252.232-7006

Electronic Document Access (EDA)

The Electronic Document Access (EDA) system is an online repository for contractual instruments and supporting documents, and is the DoD’s primary tool for electronic distribution of contract documents and contract data. EDA provides secure online access, storage, and retrieval of contracts, contract modifications, Government Bills of Lading (GBLs), DFAS Transactions for Others (E110), vouchers, and Contract Deficiency Reports to authorized users throughout the DoD. EDA also provides for the online creation of Contract Deficiency Reports (CDRs) and the CDR Workflow. The EDA program supports the goals to simplify and standardize the methods that DoD uses to interact with commercial and government suppliers in the acquisition of catalog, stock, as well as made-to-order and engineer-to-order goods and services initiatives.

How do I register in EDA? Refer to the WAWF eBusiness Suite for detailed EDA user registration and account administration instructions.

DoD EDA Policy Information

DFARS 204.270

Item Unique Identification (IUID) Registry

The IUID Registry is the central repository for IUID information and serves as an acquisition gateway to identify:
- What the item is
- How and when it was acquired
- The initial value of the item
- Current custody (government or contractor)
- How it is marked

The IUID Registry is also the master data source for GFP in accordance with Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 8320.04. GFP items in the IUID Registry may or may not be uniquely identified.

DPAP IUID Information and Policy: http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/pdi/uid/

Contracting Officer Representative Tracking (CORT) Tool

The CORT application allows the tracking and management of COR nominees, existing CORs, COR contract management and organizational/site level point of contacts.

DPAP CORT Information: http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/pdi/eb/cor.html


myInvoice is an interactive web application developed to obtain invoice status from the entitlement system.

Electronic Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (eMIPR)

eMIPR facilitates routing and storage of MIPRs.

Management Reporting System (MRS)

MRS is the Wide Area Work Flow e-Business Suite's reporting tool

National Industrial Security Program (NISP) Contract Classification System (NCCS)

NCCS provides a centralized repository for classified contract security requirements and supporting data, while automating the DD Form 254 (DoD Contract Security Classification Specification) processes and workflows.

Contract Closeout

Automated contract closeout allows a system to initiate and execute the closeout action.

Contract Deficiency Report

A Contract Deficiency Report (CDR) is a formal process used to report, track, and resolve contract deficiencies. Examples of contract deficiencies include conflicting or missing clauses and/or payment instructions, obsolete or missing specifications, math errors, improper line item structure, incorrect assignment of CAO or pay office, corrupt documents, incorrect indices on EDA, missing attachments, or improper line of accounting. Deficiencies can result in delays in production, delivery or payment. This ultimately can trigger erroneous payments, prompt payment interest penalties, failure of obligations to post, and contract closeout problems. Almost all deficiencies result in manual processing and increased administrative costs.

Additional Resources

New User and Training Information: https://wawf.eb.mil/xhtml/unauth/help/help.xhtml

DoD Procurement Toolbox: http://dodprocurementtoolbox.com/

Contract Deficiency Report Reason Codes (6 July 2016)

Line Item Structure (14 November 2014)

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