How iRAPT Affects Your Shipment Reporting

Since January 2014, DoD reporting of property to the IUID Registry includes all government-furnished property. As a result they have expanded capabilities in iRAPT to capture property transfers in support of the electronic management of GFP data and amended DFARS to add instructions for utilizing the WAWF Reparable Receiving Report.

With DFARS 252.211-7007, the Pentagon mandated all of its contractors to comply with a process that leads to assets and property being listed in the IUID Registry. For this transfer of custody to meet contract requirements under DFARs, contractors must have the correct IUID label that matches the custody transfer documents and data being submitted to the IUID Registry.

Property managers with responsibility over GFP need to develop a sound UID implementation plan and be prepared to execute that plan. A thorough understanding and implementation of all pertinent IUID requirements under DFARS is vital to your ability to pass your next DCMA audit.


Watch this on-demand webinar now and get the answers to these questions and more to stay compliant:

  • What are the requirements for reporting GFP?
  • What is meant by “ALL GFP is reportable”?
  • What is serially managed?  
  • Are you compliant?
  • Can you pass the DCMA Audit for Reporting?

Reporting to the IUID Registry requires that you have a solid understanding of the regulations and a strong plan in place to meet those requirements. A2B Tracking invites you to watch our free webinar, where our asset management expert, Pat Jacklets, and iRAPT reporting expert, Bobby Peckham, will walk you through these requirements and provide you with the methods of reporting and identify the tools necessary to meet them.