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HR Connect Program Office (HRCPO) – Treasury’s HRCPO, a Human Resources Line of Business as awarded by the Office of Personnel Management, creates implements and maintains innovative information technology solutions.  Serving a customer base of 17 organizations in five federal agencies, HRCPO’s systems increase the efficiency of human resources activities and enable managers to achieve human capital goals throughout the federal government.    

Administrative Resource Center (ARC) - ARC is part of Treasury's Bureau of the Public Debt and provides a full range of administrative services for various federal agencies. 
TreasuryDirect Services for Governments - lists several services to government agencies in relation to Treasury securities. is a service of the Bureau of the Public Debt
Internet Payment Platform (IPP, to be re-named Invoice Processing Platform)  - Internet Payment Platform (IPP, to be re-named Invoice Processing Platform) provided by the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Management Service, is a government-wide, secure, web-based, electronic invoice exchange network connecting federal agencies and their suppliers. IPP enables Federal agencies to receive invoices electronically from their suppliers, transforming existing paper-based invoice approval processes into a streamlined electronic process that integrates with existing agency core financial systems. IPP’s single point of entry allows suppliers to invoice multiple IPP-enrolled agencies either via online or batch invoice submission. Suppliers can view and receive notification of payments (including debt offsets) associated to their invoices via IPP. Use of the IPP service is available at no charge to all Federal agencies and their suppliers.
Treasury’s Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) - Treasury’s PKI is a combination of policies, procedures and technology that provide a high degree of trust in Treasury personnel, systems and data which is achieved through the use of Treasury-issued digital certificates. Treasury certificates bind digital information to physical identities to allow a high degree of assurance to be placed in those identities. Treasury’s PKI lends the following security services to the enterprise: authentication, confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation. Treasury’s PKI is well-known throughout the Federal Government, and is extended to its trading partners and other Government organizations that conduct business with the Department in a secure manner. Additionally, Treasury offers its digital certificate services to other Agencies through the Federal Shared Service Provider (SSP) program.
Last Updated: 1/25/2012 3:53 PM

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