The USPFO is a Title 10 active-duty officer either Army or Air assigned to the National Guard Bureau and detailed for duty in his or her respective state. The remainder of the National Guard during peacetime is a state force authorized and paid under Title 32 and under the command of the State governor.
The National Guard Bureau recognizes the USPFO as the primary focal point for federal funds and property allotted to this state. This is predicated on the fact that the USPFO is, by law, accountable and responsible for all federal funds and property provided to the National Guard of his or her respective state. He is responsible for financial management, property accountability, federal contracting and internal review. He authenticates requirements, certifies as to their authority and authorizes the expenditure of federal funds for equipment, supplies, services and payroll. Additionally, he submits periodic reports concerning use of these funds and equipment to the Secretary of the Army and Secretary of the Air Force.
The USPFO may decentralize some of the administration of his responsibilities through the appointment of assistant USPFOs (ARNG or ANG) whom he determines to be technically qualified. However, the USPFO always retains accountability and responsibility for federal funds and property. Decentralization and utilization of assistants is a delegation of authority only (authority to act in his stead) and is designed to allow commanders and resource program managers to manage their portion of the total state federal program.
United States Property & Fiscal Office for Mississippi
144 Military Drive
Flowood, MS 39232
Phone: (601) 313-1591
Purchasing & Contracting
Phone: (601) 313-1502
Supply & Services
Phone: (601) 313-1571
Phone: (601) 313-1660
Phone: (601) 313-1657
Purchasing and Contracting Links
- Procurement Opportunities
*All Open-Market Notices are published on the Contract Opportunities Website for actions above $25,000.
- Contract Opportunities
For requirements publicized through GSA E-Buy visit:
- Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE)
All vendors must now use an online system called Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF). WAWF is used to electronically process invoices and receiving reports. Contractors must acquire an account for their company and register their employees to use the system.
Registration instructions and training are available at: