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NRC Response

NRC Response

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CHAIRMAN
UNITED
STATES
NUCLEAR
REGULATORY
COMMISSION
WASHINGTON,
D,C,
20555·0001
April
18, 2011
The Honorable Todd
R.
PlattsChairman, Subcommittee
on
GovernmentOrganization, Efficiency and Financial ManagementCommittee on Oversight and Government ReformUnited States House of RepresentativesWashington, D,C, 20515Dear
Mr,
Chairman:On behalf of the U,S, Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), I
am
responding to yourletter of March
8,
2011, Your letter requested information relating to the electronic systems
in
use at the NRC to support business and accounting functions; grants and loan management;and reporting to government·wide systems such as USASpending.gov and Recovery.gov.Enclosed with this letter are our responses to the 23 information requests contained
in
yourletter.
If
you have additional questions, please contact me or Ms. Rebecca Schmidt, Director ofthe Office of Congressional Affairs, at (301) 415·1776.Sincerely
~bv
regory
B.
JaczkoEnclosure:As statedcc: Representative Edolphus Towns
 
NRC Response to the March 8. 2011 Information Reguest fromthe House
of
Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government ReformRequests and Responses
1.
Identify and briefly describe each
of
your agency's business and accounting systems.
If
separate divisions,bureaus, or offices
of
your agency use separate systems, identify which divisions, bureaus,
or
offices use eachsystem.System NameDescription
Financial Accounting and IntegratedNRC's Core Financial System (CFS) -accounting, budget execution, license fee billing,Management Information Systemaccounts receivable, accounts payable, commercial payments, financial statements,(FAIMIS)internal/external reporting,
etc_;
utilizes the CGI Momentum software and
is
cross-servicedby the Department
of
the Interior (001); implemented October
2010
and replaces the NRClegacy core, the Federal Financial System (FFS), the Fee Billing System, and the CostAccountinQ SystemBudget Formulation System (BFS)Used to manage the budget formulation process for the NRC annual submission and isthe source
for
updatinQ budQet information into OMB's MAX Information SystemHuman Resources ManagementUsed by all NRC staff for reporting
of
time and attendance data to support FPPS payroll;System (HRMS) Time and Laborreporting of time and labor data
for
FAIMIS cost accounting and billing for services(T&L) Systemrendered; maintains employee leave balances updated from FPPS as a time reportingcontrolFederal Personnel/Payroll SystemAn e-Payroll system provided through the Department
of
the Interior (001) used by NRC(FPPS)to process and pay the NRC payroll based upon time and attendance information from theHRMS T&L System; payroll cost and employee data
is
sent from FPPS through HRMST&L to FAIMISe-TravelA web-based e-travel system provided through the General Services Administration(GSA) used by NRC to process travel reservations, authorizations, and payments;financial data is sent to FAIMISAutomated Acquisition ManagementUsed to produce procurement documents and reports; financial data
is
manually recordedSolution (AAMS)into FAIMIS from the contact, grant and amendment documents produced from AAMSEnclosure
 
2.
Explain
how the business
and
accounting systems
identified
in
response
to
Request
No.1 interact with one
another.The business and accounting systems described
in
Request No.1 interact with one another as described
in
the table below. FAIMISis the core financial system and receives input manually or from automated uploads
of
data from source systems.
Data
System
Source
ReceivingSystemData
Frequency
Purpose
• BFSFAIMIS As neededManual entry
of
data from BFS into FAIMIS to provide approved budget data to coresystemHRMS FPPSEvery twoAutomated data transfer
of
employee time provided to FPPS for the calculation andT&Lweekspayment of payrollFPPSHRMSEvery twoAutomated data transfer
of
payroll costs and employee leave balancesT&L weeksHRMSFAIMIS Every two Automated data transfer
of
payroll costs for payroll budget execution and generalT&L weeks ledger (GL) postingHRMS FAIMIS Every two Automated data transfer
of
employee T&L reporting for cost accounting and fee forT&Lweeks service billinge-TravelFAIMIS Continual Automated data transfer with some manual intervention of travel authorization andexpense amounts for travel budget execution and GL posting
AAMS FAIMIS As needed Manual entry of financial data into FAIMIS from contract, grant and amendmentdocuments produced by AAMS
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