Invoice Processing Platform

Invoice Processing Platform (IPP) - Prompt Pay Guidance

The Prompt Payment rule ensures that federal agencies pay vendors in a timely manner.

Prompt Payment assesses late interest penalties against agencies that pay vendors after a payment due date.

Status Definition
ADV N/30 Prompt Pay Paid 30 days from later of start of service period/receipt of goods or log date of invoice.
Adv Immediate Prompt Pay Paid immediately following the start of the service period.
ADV Due Upon Receipt Paid immediately upon receipt of invoice, but no more than 30 days prior to beginning of service period/scheduled delivery date (unless otherwise directed in the contract).
Net 30 Paid 30 days from later of end of service period/receipt of goods or log date of invoice.
Due Upon Receipt Invoice will be paid immediately following the end of the service period/receipt of goods. Interest will be incurred if payment is not made within 30 days.
Immediate Prompt Pay

Additional Assistance

Accounts Payable Help Desk
Phone: (304) 480-8000 Option 7
E-mail: accountspayable@fiscal.treasury.gov
Standard Operating Hours:
Monday - Friday (Except Federal Holidays)
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM EST

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