Financial Document Repository

Access to deposit accounts, Form 400 invoices, and supporting documents


GPO recently identified an error where invoices were processed with a double surcharge. This occurred on IPACs Cycle 31 and Cycle 41.  We apologize for the system error and are processing credits and corrected invoices for Cycle 41. These will be completed by Cycle 42.  GPO is working to correct invoices from Cycle 31 and will be issuing credits and corrected invoices soon. This impacted IPAC, Purchase Card, Deposit Account, and Non-IPAC invoices. If you have any questions please contact [email protected]

Circular Letter:  Part 5 – G-Invoicing (GINV) - Upcoming Enhancements to the GPO Financial Document Repository (FDR)


The Government Publishing Office's Financial Document Repository provides GPO's Federal agency customers access to the following:
  • Printing and Binding Deposit Account transactions and balances
  • Form 400 Invoices for their Intra-governmental Payment and Collection (IPAC) and Non-IPAC transactions
  • Standard Form 1 documents that they have submitted to GPO for procured orders

For detailed information on what is available on this site, click on Deposit Accounts or Form 400/SF-1 above and select Frequently Asked Questions.

For information on how to get access to the system, click on the Register link above. 


This computer system is the property of the United States Government Publishing Office.

It is a Federal offense for anyone, without authorization or in excess of his or her authorization, to knowingly access a computer that is operated for or on behalf of the Government of the United States, and knowingly use, modify, destroy, or disclose information, or prevent authorized use of the computer.

This system is for the use of authorized users only. Unauthorized use of this system is strictly prohibited and may be subject to administrative action and/or criminal prosecution. Authorized personnel may monitor any activity or communication on the system and may retrieve or disclose any information stored within the system.  By accessing and using this computer, you are consenting to such monitoring and information retrieval for law enforcement and other purposes.  Users should have no expectation of privacy as to any communication on or information stored within the system including information stored locally on the hard drive or other media in use with this system (e.g., disks, PDA’s and other hand-held peripherals, CD-ROM’s, memory sticks, etc.).