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4Gov® is iDC’s WEB new based solution - powerful, easy-to-use integrated application suites that local governments, agencies and not-for-profits can use to allocate and manage their financial resources. 4Gov is based on iDC’s proven, award winning DILOG® Financial Management System.
iDC clients include cities, towns, counties, state agencies, park districts, school districts, airports, social service agencies, legislative and judicial agencies, housing authorities, churches, U.S. Territories and Commonwealths and National Governments.
For your IT department, the 4Gov solution can be structured one of two different ways, each providing their own benefits:
iDC’s Print Server for in-house( Intranet) and Internet document management. This software and hardware solution manages the printing of reports (ADOBE, excel, WORD); custom forms complete with secured signatures, logos, OCR check fonts; and faxing of forms. The server is maintained on your site and connects directly into your network with 4gov modules preparing and transferring the documents you request.
Monitors all purchases from initial requisition to final payment. Vendor history is maintained, purchase orders are produced, encumbrances are created and liquidated, cash requirements are monitored, vouchers and checks are printed, and bank reconciliation is handled automatically through the system.
Complete and accurate record of money owed to a government entity by an individual or company is maintained within categories — such as:
Invoices, late notices, aging reports and customer inquiries are provided. Payments can be through the iDC ePAY internet processing module.
Recording of payments from multiple sources is how Cash Receipts is designed to function. Payments can be by entry of a payment receipt, a back office operation, lock box, iDC ePAY internet collections, as well as interfaces from other applications. Payments are balanced, edited, and processed according to “rules” predefined by payment type. A direct interface the GLPlus and iDC AR/Billing applications automates the posting of payments to other applications.
On-line service delivery has never been more important and governments are recognizing the benefits of migrating paper-based and face-to-face services to the Internet. These services must be citizen focused, cost effective, and easy to use. Our ePAY and Citizen Request Management modules provide eGovernment solutions leading to a more accountable and open government.
GASB 34 requires government and not-for-profit agencies to record and track their major assets – such as buildings, roads, operational plants, etc. The iDC software fulfills these new requirements with complete functions for tracking the acquisition, depreciation, and retirement of capital assets. Inventory equipment lists, insurance carrier lists, physical inventory count list, Statement of Changes in Fixed Assets, GASB 34 compliance, and full interface to the GL and CAPPS are provided.
Adds a flexible repository of virtually an infinite range of data useful to today’s human resource professionals as they manage recruiting, performance, career training and development, promotion, and the other varied responsibilities unique to their own business environment. Career events, position/salary changes, training, certifications, medical and other user-defined information can be tracked for the career life cycle of an employee.
Allows an organization to maintain accurate records of receipts, issues, costs, and physical inventory of consumable goods. Goods are retrieved by warehouse and commodity, pick lists are created, and all the necessary fund/account transactions are created for interface to the financial ledgers.
Provides all of the required functions of a complex governmental payroll, with added extra features for position control and labor distribution as well as interfaces to the GL. The personnel component complements the employee databases with skills inventory, education, medical, special certification, and job related history.
Departmental control of requisitions can be from the initial request through final approval. The requisition is routed for approval based on rules or parameters such as individual, department, commodity, dollar value, etc. E-mail triggers a notification that a requisition is pending approval. Approved requisitions automatically become purchase orders or are routed to the appropriate buyer/agent.
Centralizes all account history, billing, and collection functions and integrates the accounting functions of a government-operated utility. With features like: interfacing with hand-held meter reading systems for billing; Work Orders for repairs; lock box collection; ePAY via the Internet for citizen payments; and outsourced printing of bills, the system is complete and easy to use.
Any time an organization needs to handle an emergency repair, schedule preventative maintenance or handle the day-to-day requests for services, the Work Order System takes care of it. Services can be scheduled for equipment, vehicles, buildings – anything that might need to be tracked, maintained, or repaired. A Work Order can also be prepared for Utility Repairs and for Citizen Requests initiated via the Internet.
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