Interagency Agreements (IAA)
The standard Interagency Agreement (IAA) form is comprised of two sections, the general terms and conditions (GT&C) section (FS Form 7600A) and the order requirements and funding information (order/funding document) section (FS Form 7600B). Per the Office of Management Budget and the Department of the Treasury, these are the standard forms to be used Governmentwide for all agreements. DTIC will utilize these forms for both DoD and Non-DoD customers.
General Terms and Conditions (GT&C) Section (FS Form 7600A)
The first step in the process is to complete the FS Form 7600A, the general terms and conditions. The 7600A must be signed by the requesting agency and DTIC. One 7600A should be completed for each IAC delivery order. If the customer is funding two separate delivery orders, there should be two separate 7600A’s on file, one for each effort. Please return the signed and completed 7600A to your contract COR or PMA.
Order Requirements and Funding Information (order) Section (FS Form 7600B)
Once the FS Form 7600A has been established between DTIC and the requesting agency, the next step is to send the FS Form 7600B (funding document) to DTIC at email@example.com.
DTIC uses the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) to process invoices and pay vendors. DFAS is an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense that provides services to DoD agencies. DFAS is unable to pay invoices that cite a non-DoD line of accounting (LOA) therefore DTIC can only accept funds on a reimbursable basis from non-DoD customers.
If you are funding your TAT effort and CSDC with a single line of accounting, you may complete one 7600B with one block 28. Make sure that you list each line item (Labor, Travel, ODC and CSDC) and the respective amount of each item in the description section of this block.
If you are funding your TAT effort with one LOA and CSDC with another, you may complete one 7600B with two block 28s (one contract, one CSDC).
If you are funding your TAT effort with multiple LOAs, you must complete a separate 7600B for each LOA. For example, let's say you completing a 7600B and want to use three different LOAs, one for each line item (i.e. one LOA for Labor, a different LOA for Travel, and another LOA for DTIC CSDC). In this scenario, you would complete three separate 7600Bs, each with their own block 28, and use order numbers 0001, 0002 and 0003:
LOA #1 - Labor – GT&C# DTICSAMPLE001 Order# 0001
LOA #2 - Travel - GT&C# DTICSAMPLE001 Order# 0002
LOA #3 - DTIC CSDC - GT&C# DTICSAMPLE001 Order# 0003
Please see DoD Financial Management Regulation, Volume 11A, Chapter 3, Paragraph 030303 for reference.