US Defense Finance and Accounting Service

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    Lots of training and advancement opportunities for those willing to take advantage of them and willing to put forth more than the minimum effort required by the job.


    Antiquated systems do not accommodate changes rapidly, if at all. This can challenge the ability of the organization to adequately accomplish the mission required. Ultimately leads to customer dissatisfaction and reduced employee morale.

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Updated Nov 24, 2014
Updated Nov 24, 2014

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    Financial Technician Interview

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    interviewed at US Defense Finance and Accounting Service in August 2014.

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    Three people panel. Five questions read from a paper I was given as I walked in. Finding the interview was the hardest part. Instruction were given to one building but the interview was in another building.

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Headquarters Indianapolis, IN
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1991
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

It's not one of the Big Four, but it is big. The Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) is essentially the payroll and accounting department for the Department of Defense. Annually, the DFAS pays nearly 6 million military and civilian personnel, retirees, and annuitants; processes some 14 million contractor invoices; and makes more than 7 million travel payments, disbursing about $590 billion, total. Additionally, it manages some $394 billion in military retirement trust funds. DFAS is financed by its customers rather than through direct appropriations. It operates... More

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