Reconciliation of Air Force Common Pay and Personnel Data for Members of the Military
INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPT OF DEFENSE ARLINGTON VA
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This report deals with the process used by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service DFAS Denver Center and the Air Force Military Personnel Center to reconcile common pay and personnel data of Air Force members. The purposes of those reconciliations are to prevent and detect over- and underpayments, and to reduce the risk of fraud and abuse. A separate report will address Air Force civilian employees. During FY 1994, the DFAS Denver Center used the Defense Joint Military Pay System to pay entitlements worth about 17 billion to nearly 442,000 Air Force active-duty members. Those pay entitlements were based on source personnel data for each active-duty member. Source data are recorded in personnel files and entered in the Air Force Personnel Data System, which is operated and maintained by the Air Force Military Personnel Center at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. Our review focused on the reconciliation process at the end of May 1994.
- Administration and Management
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations