The DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has partnered with Intuit to use its QuickBase Application to develop and customize an invoice tracking system to provide greater transparency to our payment process.
The DHCD QuickBase Payment Tracker application was developed to adhere to the Quick Payment Act requiring the District to pay vendors within 30 calendar days (excluding legal holidays) of receipt of a proper invoice. The payment tracker does not replace any system or processes that are currently in use. It is an automated workflow management system created to gauge the performance of DHCD’s adherence to the Quick Payment Act.
Wallace A. Yeboah
Note: The goal of the QuickBase payment tracker is to create a timeline for tracking a payment once it’s in DHCD’s payment process. It is not a standalone payment processing system. Funds cannot be wired via QuickBase. It is a system developed for recording priority invoice information which will be used to create a variety of reports. The QuickBase payment tracker shall enforce accountability for all parties.