Base Visit Report from BRAC Commission Visit to DFAS Charleston, SC dtd 7 June 2005 Page: 1 of 3
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BASE VISIT REPORT
BRAC Action: H&SA 37
LEAD COMMISSIONER: Gen. James T. Hill, USA (Ret.)
Mr. C.W. Furlow, Senior Analyst
Mr. Joe Barrett, Senior Analyst
Mr. Ethan Saxon, Associate Analyst
LIST OF ATTENDEES:
Mr. David Gates, Site Director DFAS Charleston (ph: 843-746-6000)
Mr. Wayne Gibbons DFAS Charleston
Mr. Jeff Head, DFAS Charleston
Mr. Al Reynolds, DFAS Headquarters
Ms. Joy Booth, DFAS Charleston
Mr. B. Earl Copeland, Office of Rep. Henry Brown
Mr. Robert King, North Charleston Councilmember
Mr. Bill Tuten, Office of Sen. Lindsey Graham
Ms. Danielle Gates, Office of Sen. Jim DeMint
Mr. Davis Marshall, Office of Rep. James Clybum
BASE'S PRESENT MISSION:
DFAS provides professional, responsive finance and accounting services to DoD and other
federal agencies. It delivers mission essential payroll, contract and vendor pay, and accounting
services to support America's national security. DFAS is a Working Capital Fund agency, which
means rather than receiving direct appropriations, DFAS earns operating revenue for products
and services provided to its customers.
DFAS Charleston processes 281,000 civilian pay service accounts for the Navy, OCONUS Air
Force & Army, DODEA, DoE and HHS. A sign of their success in client services is that in May
of 2005 the Department of Health & Human Services awarded DFAS Charleston an additional
64,000 pay accounts to process. DFAS Charleston is responsible for vendor pay for NAVSEA,
DLA, ONR & SPAWAR. Electronic invoicing is used for about 70% of all invoices received.
The vendor pay accounting processes over 21,000 invoices monthly with a dollar value of more
than one billion dollars. The field accounting customer accounts include the Navy Commands,
Navy RDT&E Labs, DLA (DAPS) and Surface Warfare Centers.
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE RECOMMENDATION:
Close DFAS Charleston, SC. Relocate and consolidate business, corporate and administrative
functions to the Defense Supply Center-Columbus, OH, the Buckley Air Force Base Annex,
Denver, CO and the MG Emmett J. Bean Federal Center, Indianapolis, IN.
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