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  • Fiscal Year 21 drives innovation, readiness across command, enterprise

    The Air Force Materiel Command executed more than $68.5 billion across all funding areas in fiscal year 2021, closing out the year 99.9% obligated despite challenges related to the coronavirus, Operation Allies Refuge and Welcome, underfunded enterprise programs, innovation needs and more.

  • AFIMSC travel pay team adapts to respond to customer needs

    A unit focused on quick and accurate payments to Airmen turned a workplace challenge presented by the Coronavirus pandemic into an opportunity to showcase AFIMSC’s value of responsiveness. With COVID-19 quickly impacting its base and local community, Travel Pay Processing - Ellsworth encountered a

  • Edwards AFB first to test Air Force Comptroller Services Portal

    The Comptroller Services Portal is an automated incident management application that allows customers to receive online assistance from their servicing Comptroller squadron. The CSP has integrated workflows which assist the customer in seeking help with travel pay, military pay, and civilian pay.

  • Finance specialists learn about innovative tools

    Master Sgt. Sedelia Cordero believes there’s nothing better in the financial management world than to have real, raw talk between Air Force senior leadership and the people like her who work face to face with Airmen at the customer service counter every day. That’s exactly what she and about 300

  • AFIMSC innovation streamlines comptroller tasking process

    After three years of brainstorming and research, Linda Alcala and her finance operations team have found a way to simplify management of Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Resources Directorate tasks to installation comptroller squadrons.The team launches an innovative task management

  • Hill Airmen participate in contracting-focused field exercise

    Airmen from the Contracting Directorate, 75th Comptroller Squadron and 75th Judge Advocate participated in the field exercise. They joined in regular military drills and simulations, such as donning their chemical gear, self-aid buddy care and care under fire, but also responded to training