IPP is a secure online platform outside federal agencies’ core
financial systems that centralizes all invoice transaction data and
documents in one place.
IPP more efficiently manages government invoicing
from purchase order (PO) through payment notification.
IPP makes it easier for vendors to do business with the
IPP gives vendors one system to transact with multiple
federal agencies and provides greater visibility into all transaction data
and documents associated with a purchase order.
By utilizing IPP, vendors
are better able to manage their receivables.
IPP offers multiple options
for invoice submission, and the system can be accessed at any time – 24
hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
IPP provides multiple
options for vendors to create and submit invoices electronically.
provides vendors with greater visibility into all transaction data and
documents associated with a PO.
IPP’s self-service features save time by
enabling vendors to quickly answer payment-related questions.
available at no charge to vendors.
IPP enables vendors to better manage
their cash flow projections.
As of 5/21/2018,
87 federal government entities use IPP, including the Department
of Agriculture (USDA), Department of the Interior (DOI) and Department of the
Treasury. Thirteen additional federal government entities are in the process of
Vendors enrolled in IPP use Payment Notification Service (PNS) to be
notified when payments are issued by an even larger number of federal
The vendors can also access their remittance information free of charge
through IPP. To determine if payment notifications and remittance
information is available from IPP for the agency you do business with, see
the post of PNS agencies below.
How to enroll in IPP - (Invoice Processing Platform)
Vendors that are required to submit an invoice through IPP will be
enrolled directly through the agency they are doing business with.
If you are working with a government agency that uses IPP for payment
notifications only, and would pke to enroll your organization to receive an
IPP account, please complete the following steps:
(1) Identify a person at your organization who will serve as the designated IPP account administrator.
This person will be
responsible for submitting the request to enroll in IPP and
enrolling other users in your organization.
It will be his or her
contact information/work email address that is associated with the administrator account created.
Please note that due to U.S.
Department of the Treasury guide lines, IPP cannot set up User IDs using a shared email address.
(2) Gather the company and designated contact information posted below. If you have more than one location or company name, please
use your primary corporate information and location data.
(3) Send an email with this information to IPPCustomerSupport@fiscal.treasury.gov
The email subject line must include:
The Name of Your Company.
Please include all requested information in the body of the
email message and not as an attachment.
guidelines prohibit us from opening any email attachments.
Company and designated IPP contact information
Primary company mailing address:
Primary company phone number:
Designated IPP account administrator:
to register an account must come from the person designated as the
IPP account administrator
(contact information/email address posted
Please note that due to U.S. Department of the Treasury guide
lines, IPP cannot set up User IDs using a shared email address.
Please be sure to provide a personal work email address.
Taxpayer Identification Number(s) (TINs) used for government agency payments:
Name of government agency doing business with your company:
Purchase Order number or Contract number:
you have multiple contract numbers, please just post one for
Contact information at the government agency:
What happens next?
After an account is established, you will receive two emails.
one will include your IPP User ID, and 12 to 24 hours later a second email
will give you an 8-character password.
Use the ID and password to log onto IPP.
You will be asked to change the temporary password to one of your own
choosing, agree to the rules for using IPP, and set up the answers to
As a vendor who provides goods or services to a
government agency, once logged in you will be granted access to IPP's
Collector module which will allow you to download purchase orders, upload
invoices, access payment information, and more.
Please note that only one
Administrator can be initially enrolled in your IPP vendor profile.
Administrator can then add additional users as necessary.
Allow 5 to 10
business days for registration.
IPP recommends that all government vendors
register with the System for Award Management (SAM).
Please visit http://www.sam.gov/
for more information.
If you have any questions regarding the enrollment
process, please call the IPP Customer Support Desk at (866) 973-3131.
Only one Administrator can be initially enrolled in your IPP vendor profile.
The Administrator can then add additional users as
Allow 5 to 10 business days for registration.
IPP recommends that all government vendors register with the System for
Award Management (SAM).
If you have any questions regarding the enrollment process, please call
the IPP Customer Support Desk at (866) 973-3131.