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Electronic Invoicing Through VIS


The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem (GPD) Program is coordinating with VA’s Financial Services Center (FSC) in Austin, TX to implement an electronic invoicing system by which monthly per diem payment requests will now be submitted.

FSC has customized their Vendor Inquiry System (VIS) to electronically capture the information that has historically been submitted through the Per Diem Payment Voucher Form. The local VA medical center will still be responsible to review and approve your per diem payments and grantees will still be required to maintain and submit, to the VA Liaison, a detailed daily census of all Veterans served each month.

To electronically submit per diem invoices, each user will need to register using the following link: The lower left side of the webpage has a link ‘click here to create a new account’.

Additional Resources

  1. VIS PowerPoint Presentation- this is an overview of how to register with VIS and submit a per diem invoice request
  2. Frequently Asked Questions MS Word / PDF
  3. FSC Vendor Inquiry System (VIS) link:

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