Army Africa goes GFEBS

By U.S. Army Africa Public AffairsApril 1, 2011

U.S. Army Africa employees gather at their headquarters in Vicenza, Italy, April 1 to celebrate the official start for using the General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS).  

This is the launch of the fifth wave of GFEBS, which encompasses all U.S. Army units in Europe and some locations in Korea. Three more launches are planned to complete the Army-wide launch of GFEBS. 
	
The system is set to change several areas of Army budgeting, purchasing, finance and fiscal management. GFEBS benefits extend beyond the financial arena, offering new and improved capabilities for Army-wide interoperability while increasing quality and effectiveness, reducing cycle time and variance to free human and financial resources for higher priorities.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Africa employees gather at their headquarters in Vicenza, Italy, April 1 to celebrate the official start for using the General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS). This is the launch of the fifth wave of GFEBS, which encompasses all U.S. Army units in Europe and some locations in Korea. Three more launches are planned to complete the Army-wide launch of GFEBS. The system is set to change several areas of Army budgeting, purchasing, finance and fiscal management. GFEBS benefits extend beyond the financial arena, offering new and improved capabilities for Army-wide interoperability while increasing quality and effectiveness, reducing cycle time and variance to free human and financial resources for higher priorities. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army Africa Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL