USDA Food Distribution Program WBSCM RA Training Guide This Recipient Agency (RA) Training Guide has been developed to assist our recipients (schools and other organizations) in utilizing USDAs online ordering program known as Web-Based Supply Chain Management, or WBSCM. 1 Index Important ContactsPage 3 Finding Your EntitlementPage 4
Using the Catalog WorksheetPage 9 Entering an Order into WBSCMPage 11 Running a Requisition Status ReportPage 25 Running A Value of Commodities Received RA ReportPage 32 2 Important Contact Info Oregon Contacts: Program website: http://www.oregon.gov/ode/students-an d-family/childnutrition/USDAFoods Chris Facha, Senior USDA Foods Program
Coordinator Phone: 503-947-5896 Email: [email protected] Sarah English, USDA Foods Program Coordinator Phone: 503-947-5748 Email: [email protected] WBSCM Help Desk: Help Desk Hours: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Eastern Time Phone: 877-WBSCM-4U or 877-927-2648 Email: [email protected] Contact the WBSCM Help Desk for any
trouble you have once you log into the WBSCM system. Contact the eAuth Help Desk only after contacting the WBSCM help desk. eAuth Help Desk: Help Desk Hours: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern Time Phone: 800-457-3642 Email: [email protected] 3 4
FINDING ENTITLEMENT Locating the Entitlement Summary Report 5 1. 2. 3. 4. Log in to WBSCM Click on the Reports tab at the top of the page Click Entitlement Management in the left hand column
Click Entitlement/Bonus Summary Report 6 Opening Entitlement Summary Report 1. Fill in nslp for the Program 2. Fill in the Program Year ( for example 2020 for School Year 2019-20) 3. Click Print PDF output 4. Click Open 7 Entitlement/Bonus Summary Report Details
Scroll past the first page to get to the report. You can see the beginning balance for the year, allocations for DoD, Orders and finally the ending balance. This report can be saved or printed to retain for future reference. USDA Foods Catalog Worksheet The USDA Foods Catalog Worksheet is NOT found in WBSCM. It is a spreadsheet, available in Excel and as a PDF, that the Oregon FDP creates each year to help schools plan their order. This spreadsheet will be emailed out to food service managers when the catalog opens each year in January or February, and it will also be available on the program website at ODE USDA Foods Site. There will be two spreadsheets available; one each for direct delivery and diversion. 8
Using the USDA Foods Worksheet 9 10 USDA Foods Catalog Worksheet Dont forget your Fruits and Vegetables to start the second school year out. Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables will be ordered yearly on a calendar that runs October through September.
11 ENTERING AN ORDER FOR DELIVERY TO THE WAREHOUSE IN WBSCM Once you have planned your order by finding your entitlement and filling out your catalog worksheet, youre ready to log back into WBSCM and place that order. Tip: The WBSCM application alerts users with a notification after 50 min. of idle time and provides them with the options to continue or cancel the session. If users do not take action within approximately 10 minutes, the system logs them out, and any unsaved data may be lost. Therefore, we suggest breaking your order up into multiple small orders. For example, working off your catalog worksheet, put all your vegetables in your cart, and then go through the steps to page 24 (when
you see the order confirmation page). Then go back to page 12 and put all your fruit in your cart, etc. There is no limit on the number of separate orders you place just as long as it all adds up to your entitlement amount in the end. Domestic Order Entry 12 1. 2. 3. Click the Operations tab at the top of the page On the left hand side of the page, click Order Management
Under Order Management, click Domestic Order Entry 4. When the order window loads, click NSLP 5. Under NSLP, click Direct Delivery or Processing Diversion 6. Click on the product category you want 7. Under the product category, click Entitlement 8. Now, products should appear! 13 View All Items in the Catalog Select All to ensure you view
all the items under this category 14 Select Shopping Cart Icon DONT ENTER ANYTHING HERE! Instead, click on the Shopping Cart Icon OR
blue product name 15 Enter Quantity & Move to Cart Enter the quantity youd like delivered to the warehouse for you for each delivery date (look at your catalog worksheet!) When youve entered the number of cases you want, click Move the Cart
16 When youre ready to submit your Order Tip: As you add items to your cart, you will see the quantity and value increase here. Each date counts as an Item. Tip: Do not click in this area, otherwise you will lose everything in your
cart. You can continue to add items from current category, search for new items or click on a different category. If youre done adding items, click View Cart to continue on and process your order or to add more to your order after viewing cart. To Expand the View 17 Click hide navigator button (that
sidewise triangle) to hide this view and make your items easier to see. Then, click this triangle to see the expanded details for each of the items in your cart. Assigning same delivery location to all your items at once
Tip: Checking this box will check the box next to all of your items. The current USDA Foods storage and delivery sub-contractor (Alpine Food Distribution) has just one warehouse for direct delivery. Processors for diverted foods have their own warehouses, please reference the processing spreadsheet for correct deliver to for each code. If all of your items are going to the same warehouse, you can assign the deliver to locations
all at once, by selecting the right location up top, and then putting a check mark next to the top deliver-to-selection. Delivery to multiple locations 19 Tip: Check this box to expand the delivery
detail. Under each item, you now see a Deliver To box. Click on that box, and select the warehouse you want this item delivered to. Click update to save changes to delivery locations when you are finished.
The current USDA Foods storage and delivery sub-contractor (Alpine Food Distribution) has just one warehouse for direct delivery. Processors for diverted foods have their own warehouses, please reference the processing spreadsheet for correct deliver to for each code. 20 Update Quantity or Delete Items You can change the quantity of cases in you order here. But, you cant change the quantity to zero
if you want to delete an item, put a check mark in the box under the trash can. After any changes are made, click update again, or these changes wont stick 21 Adding More Items To Your Cart If you want to add more items, click this
button. DO NOT try to add more items by just clicking Domestic Order Entry on the left hand side of the page since you havent submitted this cart yet, you would lose everything in it if you did that. Remember: You can always create another order later, so if youre happy with these items, its best to go ahead and submit this order now, then create a new order to add the rest of your items. Submitting Your Order 22
Two more products were added to the existing beef order Take a last look. Are your quantities correct? Did you select the correct delivery locations? Did you hit Update after making changes? If so, click Order to place this
order! Since this is a diverted/processed product, it has been assigned to that processors delivery location for that product code which is different than direct delivery. 23
Confirm your Order Click OK to process your order. Tip: If you click Cancel at this step, you will lose your whole shopping cart. 24 Confirmation of Receipt Is everything correct? If not,
you must e-mail ODE FDP ( [email protected] us ) as soon as possible to have your order declined. Click here to print the confirmation page for your records IMPORTANT: If you dont get to this confirmation page, you havent completed your order!!
Running A Requisition Status Report The Requisition Status Report shows schools the current status of their order. It can be used to see if ordered items have been submitted to USDA or cancelled, if delivery dates have been changed, or if items have been delivered to the warehouse. 26 Accessing Requisition Status Report 1. Once youve logged into WBSCM, click on the Reports tab near the top of the page. 2. In the Detailed Navigation box, click on Requisition Status Report
27 Entering Query Data 3. Under Reports: Input Criteria fill in the following information: Enter NSLP for Program Enter the dates for the school year in Requested Delivery Date example, for the School Year
starting August 2018, enter 07/01/18 to 06/30/19 You do not need to fill in any of the other boxes! 4. Click Print PDF Output this will create a PDF document that you can read on your computer. You can also click the execute button and export the report to excel or other format. Opening the Report 5. When the file download box pops up, click Open
First page of Requisition Status Report The PDF of the Requisition Status Report will open up. The first page will look like this its nonsense scroll through to the second page! 30 Requisition Status Report You can Print or Save this Report The Req./ Redis. Status column shows the current status of your order for that item. Ready for Approval means the order has
been submitted to the State, but the State has not yet submitted the order to USDA. Approved by SDA means the State has submitted the order to USDA. Cancelled means that the State or USDA cancelled your order for this item. On Invitation and Purchased, appear as USDA moves through the procurement process for these items. 31 Requisition Status Report
Once the Status has changed to Approved by SDA, check the Delivery Period column and the Order Qty column to see if there have been any changes. For some items, the state may have moved a delivery period forward or back in order to share a truck with a neighboring state. Larger schools may notice that the quantity they ordered was adjusted up or down by a few cases this allows the State to order a full truckload. Running A Value of Commodities Received RA Report The Value of Commodities Received Report shows schools the Value of the USDA Foods they have received during a certain time period. Business
Managers often ask for this information at the end of the school year, and this is a report the Food Service Manager can run to provide that information. 33 Accessing Value of Commodities Received Report Once youve logged into WBSCM, click on the Reports tab near the top of the page. In the Detailed Navigation box, click on Value of Commodities Received -RA 34
Required Query fields 1. 2. 3. 4. Fill in NSLP for Program Fill in the dates youd like to check under Req. Delivery Date. Click Print PDF Output to view a PDF or Execute to download in Excel Click Open 35
Page 1 The first page of the report is nonsense use the arrow keys or the scroll bar to scroll down to page 2. 36 Value of Commodities Received PDF
At the bottom of the report, you will see the total value of the USDA Foods you received during this time period. You can save or print this report for your records. Civil Rights Statement In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.
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