Billing and Accounts Receivable (BAAR) Project
UPDATE: Phase 2B of the BAAR Project has been rescheduled. Customers of GSA Global Supply and AutoChoice will begin using VCSS in January 2014.
GSA is modernizing its core financial management system through the Billing and Accounts Receivable (BAAR) Project. Central to the BAAR Project is the three-phased release of the Vendor and Customer Self Service (VCSS) website. Once it is fully deployed, VCSS will provide all GSA customers with online access to their bills, statements and billing data, and paper bills and FTP files will be phased out.
In January 2014, customers of GSA Global Supply, AutoChoice and select other business lines (see list of major business lines at www.gsa.gov/baarschedule) will convert to VCSS. For these customers, VCSS will replace WebBill and paper bill statements. Customers of these business lines have until December 2, 2013, to register for WebBill and to enter ALL of their account codes in order to start using VCSS after Phase 2B Go-Live. If customers miss the December 2, 2013, deadline, they should visit vcss.ocfo.gsa.gov in January 2014 for registration instructions.
In July 2013, GSA customers of Reimbursable Work Authorizations (RWA), and customers in Washington, D.C., receiving steam and chilled water through the Heating Operation and Transmission District (HOTD), began viewing bills, statements and billing data in VCSS. VCSS replaced BillView and paper bill statements for all RWA customers, except customers of IT services.
In August 2011, GSA Fleet and PBS Rent began viewing bills, statements and billing data in VCSS.
If you are a customer of one of the business lines already in VCSS and you need access, please visit vcss.gsa.gov.
In the future, customers of all remaining GSA business lines will go live on VCSS.