STANDARD FINANCIAL INFORMATION STRUCTURE (SFIS)
The Standard Financial Information Structure (SFIS) is a comprehensive data structure that supports requirements for budgeting, financial accounting, cost/performance, and external reporting needs across the DoD enterprise. SFIS standardizes financial reporting across DoD and allows revenues and expenses to be reported by programs that align with major goals, rather than basing reporting primarily on appropriation categories. It also enables decision-makers to efficiently compare programs and their associated activities and costs across the department and provides a basis for common valuation of DoD programs, assets, and liabilities.
You are encouraged to visit this site often as information and plans regarding updates to SFIS will be posted as soon as they are available.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
SFIS Compliance Checklist
SFIS Standard Line of Accounting/Accounting Classification
SFIS Values Library Service
SFIS ERP Standard Configurations
DoD Accounting Scenarios
DoD USSGL Transaction Library
DoD Standard Chart of Accounts Implementation Guidance
DoD Chart of Accounts Tie-Points Standard
DDRS Chart of Account Reporting Guidance
Archived DoD Chart of Account Files
Authoritative Guidance Pertaining to SFIS (External Links)