Welcome to WebCCaR, your source for tools, information and documentation aimed to ease the transition for current users of CCaR desktop client to the web version of CCaR.

Introducing the next generation of CCaR:

  • My CCaR enhanced functionality keeps users apprised of pertinent tasks.
  • Enhanced CCaR Record - Layout allows users easy accessibility to view and modify their requirement and detailed execution data.
  • Forecasting - Familiar forecasting features provide a multitude of forecasting options.
  • The new and improved Commitment Document layout allows users to navigate easily through each section of any document, making the execution of funding even easier.
  • Updated Incoming Documents - Layout allows users to track and execute funding received from other organizations with ease.
  • Program Tool - Provides Program Managers with a central interface to organize, manage and present program information.
  • SMART Interface - Enables users to send data electronically to the System Metric and Reporting Tool.
  • Exec CCaR Interface - Publishes pertinent program and financial data to Executive CCaR at the push of a button.

  • Fully integrated ABSS interface allows users to create, release, coordinate, and certify commitment documents directly from Web CCaR.
  • Contract Management functionality provides users with tools to track large contracts at detailed levels allowing for in-depth contract analysis to be performed with ease.
  • Enhanced Reconciliation Tool provides users customizable data views, component filter and sort functionality, and enhanced search capabilities.
  • Obligation and Expenditure Tracking provides detailed execution data by document, budget, and Fiscal Year.
  • Budget Authority Editor allows users to track their direct funding authorizations by budget and Fiscal Year.
  • Distributed Budget capability allows organizations to send and receive funds electronically.
  • Enhanced New Start Form allows Air Force organizations to annotate whether or not the requirement was documented in the presidents budget.
  • Enhanced Administration features enable users to more easily manage users, customized workflows, and system setting from one location.
  • Consolidated Report Menu provides users to access familiar budgeting and execution reports such as the Funding Profile Report and Budget Execution Report and Document Coordination reports from one location.

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Web CCaR Training

Several focused training sessions are offered on a variety of items contained within Web CCaR. The training schedule, training session descriptions and recommended order are listed below.


The Web CCaR DCS meeting URL is https://conference.apps.mil/webconf/WebCCaROnlineTraining. A teleconference number is provided at the beginning of each training session within  the DCS Chat window.

There is no signup necessary for these training sessions; however, participants will not be allowed to join a training session after 10 minutes of the start time.  

For more information on accessing DCS, go to http://www.disa.mil/Enterprise-Services/Applications/Defense-Collaboration-Services.


Training Schedule

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19-Jun 20-Jun 3-Jul 5-Jul 6-Jul 10-Jul 11-Jul 12-Jul 13-Jul 17-Jul 18-Jul 19-Jul 25-Jul 26-Jul 1-Aug
CCaR Essentials 1100 1500 1000 1000 1000 1500
CCaR Record Tools 1000 1100 900 1600 1200
CCaR Record Execution & Funding Document Overview 1500 900 1300 1300 1000
Forecasting 1100 900 1300 1000
Reports Overview 1400 1000 1400 900
Advanced Reports 1100 1600
BMR 1000 1400 900
Program Tool 1500 900
Investment Master List Reporting 900 1400
Should Cost 1000 1300
UFR 900
Budget Authority Editor 900 1300 1300
Reconciliation Overview 900 1500
Contract Management Overview 1000 1500
Target Load Tool 1000 1400
Incoming Documents 1500 1100 900
Distributed Budgets 1600 1400 1000
Budget Builder Tool 1500
Reimbursable Activities 1400
Admin Overview 1000
What’s New                          
Training Session Descriptions and Recommended Order Program Managers Financial Managers Admins
CCaR Essentials (2 Hours): This session is designed for new CCaR users and will provide a basic system overview and instructions on how to login and navigate. A CCaR record overview will also be provided and will include guidance on how to open, create, release, coordinate and update CCaR records. Click here to view the CCaR Essentials manual. 1 1 1
CCaR Record Tools (1 Hour): This session will provide an overview of the different tools contained within a CCaR record. Funding Document Request Forms, New Start Validation Forms and Decision Packages will be covered in this session. 2 2 2
CCaR Record Execution & Funding Document Overview (2 Hours): This session will provide an overview of the CCaR record execution window and the items contained within. Funding documents will be covered in this session. 3 3 3
Forecasting (1 Hour): CCaR provides organizations with event-driven commitment, obligation and expenditure forecasting capabilities. This session will provide an overview on how to view, create and update forecasts. 4 4 4
Reports Overview (1 Hour): CCaR provides users many different formats to display requirement, execution, forecast data and much more. This session will provide an overview of the various budgeting, execution and coordination reports available. 5 5 5
Advanced Reports (1 Hour): The Advanced Reporting Tool allows users to create customizable reports using predefined templates.  This session will include how to add, edit and delete reports within CCaR and how to customize those reports within BIRT Studio. 10 13 13
BMR (1 Hour): The Business Management Review (BMR) Tool collects financial and programmatic data and is used to create briefings that can be exported directly to PowerPoint. This session will provide an overview of the items contained within the BMR Tool. 9 12 12
Program Tool (2 Hours): The Program Tool creates a central interface for users to organize, manage and present relevant program information. This session will provide an overview of the information contained within the Program Tool. 6 14 14
Investment Master List Reporting (1 Hour):  This session will provide an overview of how to populate data within the Program Tool for Investment Master List Reporting. 7 16 16
Should Cost (1 Hour): This session will cover how to generate and publish Should Cost data sets. Training will focus on Program Cost Estimates, Cost Initiatives and Should Cost Publishing sections of the Program Tool. 8 17 17
UFR (1 Hour): This session will provide an overview of the Unfunded Requirement functionality: CCaR Record – Unfunded Requirements, UFR Reporting Tool, UFR Call and UFR Admin Tool.  11 19 19
Budget Authority Editor (1 Hour): The Budget Authority Editor is the control center for Budget and CCaR record allocations. This session will provide an overview of the Budget Authority Editor and will include how to update and allocate funding.   6 6
Reconciliation Overview (1 Hour): CCaR provides organizations with tools that allow users to view and reconcile CCaR (organizational) and DFAS (official accounting system) data in one location. This session will provide an overview of the items contained with the Reconciliation menu.   7 7
Contract Management Overview (1 Hour): CCaR allows users to track obligation and expenditure information on major contracts at the detailed levels necessary to perform in-depth contract tracking, analysis and reconciliation. This session will provide an overview of the items contained within the Contract Management menu.   8 8
Target Load Tool (1 Hour): The Target Load Tool is used by Air Force organizations to centrally manage accounting address information and to create documentation to load and move funding. This session will provide an overview of the items contained within the Target Load Tool.   9 9
Incoming Documents (1 Hour): The Incoming Documents Tool allows users to enter, track and execute funding documents received from other organizations. This session will provide an overview of the information contained within the Incoming Documents Tool.   11 11
Distributed Budgets (1 Hour): CCaR allows users to distribute and receive funds electronically using database links. This session will provide an overview of the Distributed Budget Manager and instructions on how to distribute funding from the Budget Authority Editor and CCaR record.   10 10
Budget Builder Tool (1 Hour): The Budget Builder Tool allows users to create Budget Packages for use in Budget Formulation, Budget Execution and Budget What-If drills. This session will provide an overview of the items contained within the Budget Builder Tool.   15 15
Reimbursable Activities (1 Hour): The Reimbursable Activities Tool allows organizations to track reimbursable funds from receipt through the entire execution cycle. This session will provide an overview of the items contained within the Reimbursable Activities Tool and the reports available for Reimbursable Activities.   18 18
Admin Overview (2 Hours): This session is designed for CCaR Administrators and will provide an overview of items contained within the Admin menu.     20
What’s New (1 Hour): This session covers new features available in an upcoming or previous release.