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webTA data is displayed and/or interfaces with the systems and/or applications described below.

Adjustment Processing System (ADJP). ADJP provides automatic handling of a variety of payroll adjustments. This system processes adjustments due to corrected T&As and late personnel actions effective up to 1 prior year.

Bi-Weekly Examination Analysis and Reporting System (BEAR). BEAR analyzes payroll and personnel transactions that occurred during the processing of each pay period. BEAR generates a multitude of end-of-pay-period report notifications and generates certain personnel actions.

Employee Personal Page (EPP). EPP is used by employees to view payroll, leave, travel, health insurance, life insurance, and other personal information. It also displays news items from the Agency or NFC. EPP further allows employees to link to other sites, such as Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Give Back, etc. The Self-Service option of EPP is used to change an employee's residence address, Federal and State tax withholding, financial allotments, and direct deposit information.

EmpowHR. EmpowHR is a Human Capital Management system that is an integrated suite of commercial and Government applications that can be leveraged to automate common administrative tasks associated with human resource management and reduce internal operational costs using industry best practices.

Financial Management Modernization Initiative (FMMI). FMMI is an advanced, Web-based core financial management application that complies with Federal accounting and systems standards. FMMI provides a daily feed to webTA to update accounting codes.

FOCUS Reporting System (FOCUS). FOCUS is used to provide Agency offices with ad hoc reporting capabilities on an "as-needed" basis.

Information/Research Inquiry System (IRIS). IRIS is a menu-driven system used for inquiry access to an employee’s current personnel data and certain historical payroll data as a result of transactions processed in PPS.

Insight. Insight is a comprehensive, enterprise-wide data warehouse with advanced reporting and business intelligence capabilities. Insight provides customers integrated data and flexible analytics to drive strategic business decisions.

Management Account Structure Codes System (MASC). MASC is an online system that provides users with direct system access to add, replace, delete, and query table data. MASC is composed of tables and accounting documents that contain support information for edits, references, reports, and identifiers used in application programs. This support information ensures that NFC maintains a high degree of data integrity and validity. It is important that MASC contains up-to-date and accurate data. The accounting codes entered in webTA are edited against MASC.

Payroll Computation System (PAYE). PAYE is the heart of the integrated PPS. It performs the complicated computation routines required to produce net salary data for disbursement and transmission to Treasury. In addition to creating disbursement data, PAYE also creates accounting records that are processed and reported through the Payroll Accounting System (PACS).

Payroll/Personnel Inquiry System (PINQ). PINQ is used as a tool for researching payroll-related inquiries received from employees and other sources. PINQ provides immediate access to at least 25 pay periods of current payroll data. Data entered in webTA is displayed in PINQ after it passes the TIME edits.

Personnel Input and Edit System (PINE). PINE is a subsystem of PPS. PINE edits data released from Payroll/Personnel entry systems, payroll documents, and position data. PINE edits the data before it is applied to the Payroll/Personnel database, comparing the employee's database record to the data being entered. PINE processes personnel actions and payroll documents Monday through Friday of each week and on the first Saturday of the pay period, regardless of the effective pay period. After the data is released to PEPL, it is retrieved during the pay period, and the information is displayed in IRIS.

Personnel Update System (PEPL). PEPL performs the update function of the personnel areas of the database. All documents passing validation through PINE are processed through PEPL for transmission to the database. The data is retrieved during the pay period from PEPL and displayed in IRIS. PEPL also produces a log of all transactions applied to the database, as well as utilization and management reports.

Position Management System Online (PMSO). PMSO is a real-time online database online system of PPS. PMSO allows Agencies to add, change, inactivate, reactivate, and delete/restore position data for immediate update to the PMSO database. PMSO also provides Agencies report generation and online inquiry capabilities for PMSO data and allows for complete control and management of position data.

Report Generator System (CULPRPT). CULPRPT is an online reporting system used to generate formatted payroll and personnel-related reports. CULPRPT reports are used to alert Agency staff to missing T&As or personnel documents, discrepancies in leave balances, and failure of TIME edits.

Reporting Center (RPCT). RPCT is a Web-based reporting application on the Application Launchpad of the NFC home page. RPCT offers Administrative, Financial, Personnel, Workforce, and Security reports. The Leave Error report is used by Timekeepers and is available in RPCT.

Table Management System (TMGT). TMGT is a menu-driven database management system that provides direct access to table records containing selected data elements from the payroll/personnel, financial, and administrative systems. TMGT allows authorized users to view and update records, request reports, and view documentation data for various tables used in application programs. All TCs used in webTA are from TMGT Table 032, Transaction Codes.

Time & Attendance Validation System (TIME). The initial processing of timesheets is accomplished through TIME, which reads, collects, edits, audits, and validates the data for payment. All errors encountered are reflected on RPCT's T&A Error Analysis Report and the timesheet in question is placed in an error suspense file. The timesheet is corrected at NFC and is processed through TIME again. After the timesheet passes all edits and is validated, the data is updated on the database for subsequent payment processing.

Time Inquiry - Leave Update System (TINQ). TINQ is an online leave entry and correction system used to update leave data that is incorrect and cannot be corrected by submission of corrected timesheets. It is also used to transfer leave for employees participating in the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (VLTP) and the Voluntary Leave Bank Program (VLBP), or the Emergency Leave Transfer Program (ELTP).

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