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  • SPEEDPAY AND MILEAGE EXPRESS USERS: Change Line of Accounting and Document Number before entering month-end mileage. Chargebacks due to inaccurate LOA information will not be accepted. + SHOW DETAILS
    It is imperative that all customers using SpeedPay change their Line of Accounting (LOA) and Document Number effective on or after October 1, BEFORE mileages are entered in October. Do not enter any month-end mileages until after October 15. There will need to be a coordination of efforts between the individuals who input mileages into Mileage Express and the budget personnel who are responsible for entering the LOA into SpeedPay to ensure that the LOA is changed BEFORE mileages are reported. Chargebacks due to inaccurate LOA information inSpeedPay after October 1 will not be accepted.

    If you have any questions, please contact your Fleet Service Representative or Fleet Management Center.
  • Starting in July 2015, email notification will be sent to a customer when a new bill for one of their registered account codes is available in VCSS.
  • RWA: July 2017 RWA billing statements are now available to be viewed.
  • VCSS will only display 999 search results on its web pages. + SHOW DETAILS
    If you need to download your statement transactions to a CSV file and the statement contains more than 999 rows, you must use the Statement>View Details query. If you use the Statement>View Details search and there are more than 999 rows, you will see a warning message saying, "SE0126W The number of results returned by your query is equal to or greater than the configured maximum result limit of '999'. The system will display records up to that limit." This warning message applies only to the web page. It does not apply to the CSV download.
If you do not do business with GSA as either a vendor or customer, please do not contact GSA to register in VCSS and do not attempt to log in.

Use this button if you‘ve already registered for access to use VCSS.

  • Be sure to never use the "back" button of your browser while using VCSS.
  • VCSS must be used with the Internet Explorer browser.

Use this button if you are a new user to VCSS and need to:

  • Register new accounts
  • Gain access to existing accounts

Use this button to create a request that you be removed from an account, or from VCSS. You can also change account administrator status.

The General Services Administration (GSA) has implemented a Vendor and Customer Self Service (VCSS) system which can be used by both vendors and customers of GSA. VCSS is a web-based application that will allow vendors to create and process their invoices electronically (paperless) and track the status of payments made by GSA, and will allow customers to view billing and payment information.

VCSS System features:

  • Allow GSA’s vendors to submit real-time electronic invoices, track the status of submitted invoices and the status of payments generated from those invoices;
  • View current orders and payments;
  • Eliminate the need for vendors to submit paper invoices;
  • Allow GSA’s customers to view billing and correspondence information, link to external websites, and export billing data to CSV;
  • Allow customers to manage their own accounts, review account history, and submit new correspondence.
Vendor Information
VCSS is a voluntary participation program; however any vendor desiring to participate must have a valid DUNS/DUNS+4 number and must register in the System for Award Management (SAM).

The Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database has been consolidated into SAM, along with other federal procurement systems and the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance. Please visit www.sam.gov for more information on what former CCR registrants need to know and how to register for SAM.

Vendors who need a new DUN/DUNS+4 can contact Dun & Bradstreet here .