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USAS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Issued: Sept. 17, 2010
Updated: July 26, 2019 – View Changes

More topics will be added to the Uniform Statewide Accounting System (USAS) FAQs page in the future. If you have a potential topic you think would help other agencies, please contact your appropriation control officer.

Payment Due Date and Requested Payment Date Fields

The PMT DUE DATE field determines:

  • When a payment that is subject to prompt payment interest becomes late.
  • The start date for calculating automated late payment interest when owed on a transaction.
  • When to generate payments for distribution, but only if the RQD PMT DATE field is blank.

The RQD PMT DATE field is only used to schedule a payment for distribution on a date other than the PMT DUE DATE. It does not affect the automated late payment interest computation.

To adjust when a payment is generated from USAS, use the RQD PMT DATE field rather than the PMT DUE DATE field so the prompt payment interest computation is not impacted.

Note: For payroll payments, the PMT DUE DATE field provides additional functionality not described here. Contact your USPS, SPRS or CAPPS payroll representative for information on the proper use of the PMT DUE DATE field for payroll payments.

USAS uses its own table of calendar dates to determine when to create payments during cycle. USAS compares each transaction’s PMT DUE DATE (payment due date) or RQD PMT DATE (requested payment date) against that table to determine the latest possible time that a payment can be issued to avoid the payment from being distributed late.

If a payment subject to the prompt payment law is initially made available for distribution after the PMT DUE DATE, the payment is considered late and prompt payment interest is generated.

A payment is available for distribution when:

  • A warrant is available for distribution to the paying agency by the Comptroller’s office.
  • A direct deposit payment is available to be transmitted (distributed) by the Comptroller’s office through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) for settlement the next banking day

NOTE: To ensure payments will be distributed on time, we recommend you submit the transactions to USAS at least three business days before the payment due date to allow time for any error corrections, funding issues or required approvals. Payment transactions must be error-free, fully approved, fully funded, posted and able to produce a positive payment in order for a payment to be available for distribution.

For more information, see Prompt Payment in eXpendit (FPP I.005).

The “distribution date,” also known as the “warrant available date,” is the first business day following the USAS cycle when a payment is produced. This date is at least one day prior to the settlement date of a direct deposit payment.

The distribution date can be found in the PMT DIST DT (payment distribution date) field of the USAS Accounting Event Record Inquiry (84) screen.

No. These two dates represent two separate payment-related events:

  • The issue date is:
    • The USAS cycle date when the payment was produced.
    • Also known as the payment date, warrant date and payment written date.
    • Located in the PMT – DT (payment date) field of the USAS Accounting Event Record Inquiry (84) screen.
  • The distribution date is:

The PMT DUE DATE depends on the type of payment you are making.

  • For goods and services, follow the state’s prompt payment law.

    NOTE: Never adjust the PMT DUE DATE to make an early (or late) payment for payments subject to the prompt payment law. This causes USAS to generate prompt payment interest that is not due or to forfeit interest that is owed to a vendor. Instead, use the RQD PMT DATE  (requested payment date) field to schedule a payment for distribution on a date other than the PMT DUE DATE.

  • For grant payments that are not subject to the prompt payment law, consider the terms of the grant and the type of funds that will be used to make the payment.
    • If paying directly from state funds, make the payment at the latest possible time in order to maximize interest earnings in the state treasury.
    • If you are issuing a federally funded grant, enter the payment transaction into USAS when you are ready to do so and enter the next business day in the PMT DUE DATE field.
  • For payments using the Interagency Transaction Voucher (ITV) process, enter the next business day into the PMT DUE DATE field to make the payment at the earliest possible time. For additional information on the ITV process, see Interagency Payments and Receipts for Goods and Services (APS 014) (FPP A.028).
  • For payroll-related payments, contact your USPS or SPRS or CAPPS payroll representative for information on which dates to enter into both the PMT DUE DATE and DOC DATE fields in USAS.

No. Never adjust the PMT DUE DATE to make an early or late payment for payments subject to the prompt payment law as this could cause USAS to generate interest that is not due or to erroneously forfeit interest that is due.

Instead, enter the date you need the payment available for distribution in the RQD PMT DATE (requested payment date) field.

Note: To ensure payments will be distributed on time, we recommend you submit the transactions to USAS at least three business days before the payment due date to allow time for any error corrections, funding issues or required approvals. Payment transactions must be error-free, fully approved, fully funded, posted and able to produce a positive payment in order for a payment to be available for distribution.

For more information, see Prompt Payment – USAS Instructions in eXpendit (FPP I.005).

No. USAS automatically schedules payments based on the date in the PMT DUE DATE field so they are distributed on the latest possible date without being late. Adjusting this date for payments subject to the prompt payment law is prohibited.

If you experience issues related to accruing and paying interest over weekends or holidays, consider when your transactions are historically submitted to USAS, released, fully funded and error-free.

We recommend that payments due on weekends or state holidays be submitted to USAS at least three business days before the weekend or holiday so the distribution will be on time.

  • If the PMT DUE DATE falls on a weekend, you must have your transactions in USAS and ready to be paid by Thursday for distribution on Friday.
  • When a holiday falls on a workday (Monday through Friday), factor in those holiday days as “non-distribution/non-processing days” and ensure your transactions are in USAS ready to be paid even earlier.

For information about system processing dates, see the System Outages and Holidays calendar. This is useful to determine when to submit a payment transaction.

To assist you with determining when to begin processing payment transactions so the payment will be available for distribution on the payment due date, please refer to the applicable Payment Processing Schedules below.

Regular Payment Processing Schedule

If the payment due date is… Submit to USAS from CAPPS/external systems no later than… Perform error corrections in USAS / Submit Transactions On-line to USAS (edit mode 2) no later than… So USAS can generate the payment during the nightly cycle on… And the payment will be available for distribution on…
Monday Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday
Tuesday Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday
Wednesday Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Friday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Saturday/Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Holiday Payment Processing Schedule

If the payment due date falls on a holiday that is a… Submit to USAS from CAPPS/external systems no later than… Perform error corrections in USAS / Submit Transactions On-line to USAS (edit mode 2) no later than… So USAS can generate the payment during the nightly cycle on… And the payment will be available for distribution on…
Monday Tuesday (prior week) Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week)
Tuesday Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday
Wednesday Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday
Thursday Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Saturday/Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Payment Processing Schedule for Friday Holidays

If Friday is a holiday and the payment due date falls on… Submit to USAS from CAPPS/external systems no later than… Perform error corrections in USAS / Submit Transactions On-line to USAS (edit mode 2) no later than… So USAS can generate the payment during the nightly cycle on… And the payment will be available for distribution on…
Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Saturday/Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Monday (following week) Tuesday (prior week) Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Monday
Tuesday (following week) Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Monday Tuesday
Wednesday (following week) Thursday (prior week) Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Payment Processing Schedule for Monday Holidays

If Monday is a holiday and the payment due date falls on… Submit to USAS from CAPPS/external systems no later than… Perform error corrections in USAS / Submit Transactions On-line to USAS (edit mode 2) no later than… So USAS can generate the payment during the nightly cycle on… And the payment will be available for distribution on…
Monday Tuesday (prior week) Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week)
Tuesday Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Tuesday Wednesday
Thursday Friday (prior week) Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Friday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Saturday/Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Thanksgiving/Christmas Holidays

Thanksgiving Holidays

Thanksgiving Day (the fourth Thursday in November) is a federal holiday with no scheduled USAS cycle and no payment distribution. The Friday after Thanksgiving is a state holiday with a scheduled USAS cycle. ACH payments are transmitted by the Comptroller’s office, but warrants are not available for pickup until the following Monday.

Christmas Holidays

Christmas Day (Dec. 25) is a federal holiday with no scheduled USAS cycle and no payment distribution. Christmas Eve day (Dec. 24) and the day after Christmas (Dec. 26) are state holidays with scheduled USAS cycles when those dates fall on a weekday. ACH payments are transmitted by the Comptroller’s office (weekdays only), but warrants are not available for pickup until the business day following Dec. 26. When those days fall on a weekday, all payments are considered “distributed” for prompt payment purposes.

Payment Processing Schedule in Relation to December 24:
If Dec. 24 is the Payment Due Date and it falls on a… Submit to USAS from CAPPS/external systems no later than… Perform error corrections in USAS / Submit Transactions On-line to USAS (edit mode 2) no later than… So USAS can generate the payment during the nightly cycle on… ACH payments will be transmitted on… Warrants will be available for pickup on…
Monday Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday Thursday
Tuesday Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday Friday
Wednesday Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Monday (following week)
Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday (following week)
Friday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday (following week)
Saturday/Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday
Payment Processing Schedule in Relation to December 26:
If Dec. 26 is the Payment Due Date and it falls on a… Submit to USAS from CAPPS/external systems no later than… Perform error corrections in USAS / Submit Transactions On-line to USAS (edit mode 2) no later than… So USAS can generate the payment during the nightly cycle on… ACH payments will be transmitted on… Warrants will be available for pickup on…
Monday Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday
Tuesday Wednesday (prior week) Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Tuesday Wednesday
Wednesday Thursday (prior week) Friday (prior week) Monday Wednesday Thursday
Thursday Friday (prior week) Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday
Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Monday (following week)
Saturday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday (following week)
Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday (following week)

For payments subject to the prompt payment law, never adjust the PMT DUE DATE to make an early (or late) payment. This will cause USAS to generate prompt payment interest that is not due or to erroneously forfeit interest that is due.

For assistance with determining the PMT DUE DATE for payments subject to the prompt payment law — such as payments for goods and services, including certain travel costs — use the Prompt Payment Due Date and Interest Rate Calculator.

If your payment is not subject to the prompt payment law, such as a payment using the Interagency Transaction Voucher (ITV) process, enter the next business day as the PMT DUE DATE. You do not need to enter a RQD PMT DATE because USAS will distribute the payment based on that PMT DUE DATE. For additional information on the ITV process, see Interagency Payments and Receipts for Goods and Services (APS 014) (FPP A.028).

Remember that in order for the payment to be generated, the payment transaction must be error-free, approved, fully funded, posted and able to produce a positive payment. If these conditions are not met, USAS will be unable to generate the payment as requested.

The PMT DUE DATE determines the date the payment will be distributed (transmitted) by the Comptroller’s office through the Automated Clearing House (ACH). ACH payments settle (post) in the payee’s account one banking day after the payments are distributed by the Comptroller’s office.

No, this service is not available for direct deposit payments by the Comptroller’s office via the Automated Clearing House (ACH) process.

Some special types of payments, such as those for certain real property transactions, can be settled with a warrant the same day as distributed by submitting a request for the funds to be wire transferred. Coordinate wire transfers with the Cash and Securities Management section of the Comptroller’s Treasury Operations Division by emailing funds.transfer@cpa.texas.gov. Treasury Operations requires wire transfer instructions be submitted on the paying agency’s letterhead and verified by the agency prior to the requested settlement date.

When entering the payment transaction in USAS, enter the appropriate “special pull” Payment Distribution Type (PDT) in the PDT field during transaction entry to ensure a warrant is issued for distribution to Treasury Operations. For payees set up for direct deposit, failure to input the “special pull” PDT results in the payment being transmitted to the payee’s account via ACH. A warrant will not be available for a wire transfer, potentially delaying the payment settlement by one banking day.

The transaction was submitted on the day it needed to be distributed; therefore, interest was correctly generated by USAS.

A payment is considered late and prompt payment interest generated if the payment is available for distribution after the PMT DUE DATE. Since the payment was generated during yesterday’s overnight cycle, and was not available for distribution until today — the day after the PMT DUE DATE — prompt payment interest was generated.

For more information, see Prompt Payment in eXpendit (FPP I.005) and Payment Due Date in USAS Reference: Date Definitions (FPP Q.012).

Always input the payment’s actual due date in the PMT DUE DATE field, even if the due date happens to fall on a date when the banks are closed for a holiday that the state does not observe, such as Columbus Day (the second Monday in October).

As long as the payment is available for distribution on or before the date entered in the PMT DUE DATE  field, prompt payment interest is not generated, even if the banks are closed on that distribution date.

Available for distribution means:

  • A warrant is available for distribution to the paying agency by the Comptroller’s office.
  • A direct deposit payment is available to be transmitted (distributed) by the Comptroller’s office through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) for settlement the next banking day.

After a payment has been distributed, the distribution date can be viewed in the PMT DIST DT (payment distribution date) field on the USAS Accounting Event Record Inquiry (84) screen.

Use the RQD PMT DATE field if you need the payment to be available for distribution prior to the payment due date. This field is only used to schedule a payment for distribution on a date other than the payment due date and does not affect the automated late payment interest computation.

To ensure the payments will be available as requested, we recommend you submit the transactions to USAS at least three business days before the date you want the payments available for distribution to allow time for any error corrections, funding issues or required approvals. Payment transactions must be error-free, fully approved, fully funded, posted and able to produce a positive payment in order for a payment to be available for distribution.

If the service date and/or invoice date entered on the transaction resulted in the computation of an incorrect payment due date, then you need to change the PMT DUE DATE (payment due date) in USAS. But, you do not need to change the service date or invoice date in USAS to make the payment process properly. USAS does not use either the INV DATE or the SERV DATE to compute interest — it only uses the PMT DUE DATE. While it is common that these three dates are linked in systems outside of USAS, they are not linked within USAS for the purpose of computing interest.

Note: If you submitted the wrong PMT DUE DATE for a payment subject to the prompt payment law, you do need to change the PMT DUE DATE in USAS.

To avoid the generation of prompt payment interest that is not due, you must change the PMT DUE DATE if both of the following conditions are met:

  • The payment is subject to the prompt payment law
  • The incorrect PMT DUE DATE is earlier than the legal payment due date

For payments subject to the prompt payment law, the legal payment due date is the 30th day after the latest of:

  • The date an invoice was received
  • The date the goods were received
  • The date the performance of the contracted services were completed

It is not necessary to change the PMT DUE DATE if the payment is not subject to the prompt payment law, even if the PMT DUE DATE is early.

Note: If the batch is in edit mode 2 or 4, the PMT DUE DATE cannot be changed on the transaction. Request the deletion of the transaction by submitting a completed Super Security Delete (SSD) Request form (73-310) PDF either via email to usas.maintenance@cpa.texas.gov or fax the form to (512) 475-0723. You can then submit the payment transaction using the correct PMT DUE DATE.

For a payment transaction with a future PMT DUE DATE (relative to today’s date) that needs to be processed before the entered PMT DUE DATE, submit a Disbursement Method Indicator (DMI) Change Request (login required) to ask that the current DMI be changed on the transaction.

A DMI change can only be performed on certain payments for specific reasons, and can only be done for batches in edit mode 2 or 4. The prompt payment and payment scheduling laws must be taken into consideration when requesting a DMI change. The Comptroller’s office cannot perform this change if it would affect prompt payment interest that is owed to the payee.

Upon approval by the Comptroller’s office, the payment will be scheduled to generate during that night’s USAS cycle.

Note: To ensure your request is processed the same day it is submitted, submit requests no later than 4 p.m.

For questions about requesting a DMI change, contact Expenditure Assistance.

Yes. Keep in mind that in order for the payment to be generated and therefore available for distribution, the transaction must be error-free, approved, posted and able to produce a positive payment. To ensure the payment will be available for distribution on time, we recommend the transaction be submitted to USAS at least three business days before the RQD PMT DATE.

Batch Processing

To “unlock” the batch for further processing:

  • Use the View a Transaction option, and view one of the transactions in the batch.
  • Press the Enter key twice. USAS will bring up the first transaction or a blank entry screen if the batch is empty.
  • Press the F3 key, and then add, change or delete the transaction as needed.

You then can complete the batch process.

It may be possible if the change will not affect any interest due and the document amount is under $5,000. A DMI change can only be performed on certain documents for specific reasons. The prompt payment and payment scheduling laws must be taken into consideration. For more information, see Disbursement Method Indicator Change Request (login required).

Batches that show H-N-4 or H-Y-4 status can have two problems:

  • When F9 is pressed, the error message Fully Posted by Batch IEU — Function Not Applicable appears, which means the batch cannot be released.
  • There may be batch counts and amounts, but the batches are in fact empty and the batch has been in edit mode 4 for at least one day.

These problems need to be handled by Fiscal Management staff. Please email a completed Super Security Delete Request form (73-310) PDF to usas.maintenance@cpa.texas.gov listing the Batch Date, Batch Type and Batch Number. Use reason code 205, and specify in the comments that you would like to have the batch released.

No. These will process as-is without further action. Do not enter a value of C, A, B or R in the ACTION field of the Recall A Batch For Correction (510) screen, as this will cause the batch to immediately go to H-N-4 status, which cannot be released by your agency and will require manual intervention by Fiscal Management staff.

ITV/RTI Process

Note: If you are responsible for handling interagency transactions, training is recommended. Please see USAS Interagency Transactions Web-based Training available in the Fiscal Management Training Center.

An Interagency Transaction Voucher (ITV) is the process used to transfer funds between two state agencies. Interagency transactions include:

  • Payments for goods and services
  • State or federal grant pass-throughs
  • Operating transfers
  • Revenue transfers
  • Expenditure transfers
  • Non-cash accruals such as due to/due from transactions for financial reporting purposes

For guidance on interagency payments, see Interagency Payments and Receipts for Goods and Services (APS 014) (FPP A.028). State agencies must submit interagency payments for goods and services using the Recurring Transaction Index (RTI) process in USAS when funding sources for both agencies are held in the State Treasury.

A Recurring Transaction Index (RTI) is an identifier that tells the statewide accounting system how to post the receiving transaction when funds are being passed from one agency to another. The RTI is established by the receiving agency on the Recurring Transaction Profile (55) and is used to automate the receiving transaction on behalf of the receiving agency. Generally, the six-digit RTI number is used on an ITV transaction when the transfer of funding by the two agencies is within the State Treasury.

The RTI process can be used for both cash and non-cash transactions. Once an RTI profile is set up, it may be used by transferring agencies (i.e. paying agencies) repeatedly for other interagency transactions that post to the same coding block.

For guidance on RTI coding, see the 55 (550) Recurring Transaction Profile in USAS Coding Instructions (FPP Q.010).

The transaction agency is the paying agency (or the agency initiating the transfer of funds). The transaction agency will need to know the receiving agency’s RTI in order to process an ITV transaction.

The RTI agency is the receiving agency. The RTI agency is obligated to establish and give the transaction/paying agency an RTI to use on the ITV transaction. Receiving agencies that regularly bill other state agencies need to include their RTIs on their billing statements and or invoices.

Yes. An agency that created an RTI can change the appropriation year (AY) or any other coding block element on the 55 profile and continue to use the same RTI each year without creating a new RTI. In order to control the use of an RTI, the agency that created the RTI may adjust the RTI’s effective start date on the 55 profile. Paying agencies have no access to adjust receiving agencies’ RTIs.

The transaction/paying agency should coordinate with the RTI agency on the correct RTI number for entry of each ITV payment whenever an error resulting from using an RTI arises. The Comptroller’s office will generally not adjust RTIs unless there is a central processing necessity.

Please note that multiple paying agencies can use the same RTI. See Reimbursements for Unemployment Compensation Payments (APS 003) (FPP A.035) as an example.

This means that an error has occurred during the ITV process that must be addressed by Comptroller staff. Please contact your appropriation control officer. The Appropriation Control section monitors Batch Agency 005 and will coordinate any corrections.

Yes, but it is not recommended until after Sept. 26 for RTIs used during the interagency reconciliation process for the annual financial report (AFR). An RTI (receiving) agency that sets an effective end date in the prior fiscal year on the 55 profile will prevent a transaction/paying agency from processing backdated ITV transactions in the current fiscal year.

Example: A transaction entered on Sept. 2 using an RTI with an effective end date of Aug. 31 would not process even if the effective date on the transaction is backdated to Aug. 31. To avoid problems, the RTI agency should not set an effective end date on the 55 profile until after the completion of the interagency reconciliation process.

It is especially critical that ITVs process successfully during the interagency reconciliation process for the AFR. To avoid problems, the RTI agency should not set an effective end date on the 55 profile until after the completion of the interagency reconciliation process. The Comptroller’s office recommends that agencies leave the effective end dates blank on the RTIs unless there is an explicit need to include a date.

The AMOUNT field and several other fields are not used on the 55 profile for RTIs created for interagency transactions. The system will use the transaction/paying agency’s amount as the amount being received. The % ALLOCATED field is used to allocate the received funds to more than one coding block. Using the AMOUNT field will cause errors on the paying agency’s transaction and send it to Batch Agency 005 for correction by the Appropriation Control section. Also, when using the % ALLOCATED field, simple percentages (such as .60 and .40) should be used. Otherwise, errors may occur. For more information, see the 55 (550) Recurring Transaction Profile in USAS Coding Instructions (FPP Q.010).

When ITVs process through the overnight batch cycle, USAS generates G documents.

The DAFR3762 – ITV Generated Transactions is produced and can be used by either the transaction (paying) or RTI (receiving) agency to verify that the original T document processed and the generated G document was produced. The USAS Accounting Event Inquiry (88) screen may also be used to find the G document.

If the G documents are unable to process due to funding or data element errors, they are posted to the Batch Agency 005 IT file. Because the same G document number is assigned to both the paying and receiving agencies’ ITV transactions, and a G document is an all-post document type, the entire document is posted to the Batch Agency 005 IT file, even if only one agency’s transactions contain the error.

The DAFR3331 – USAS IT Status Report can be used to verify whether the G documents were posted to the Batch Agency 005 IT file and require error correction. For the agency whose transaction(s) contain the error(s), the report includes the issued error codes. For the other agency, the report only displays the batch header information.

Agencies with transactions posted to the Batch Agency 005 IT File must coordinate with CPA staff to correct the error. For assistance, contact your appropriation control officer.

If USAS is unable to create the generated G documents, the DAFR360B Recurring Transaction Error Report will be generated, which provides information on why the ITV process failed to create the generated documents. The most common error message is RTI PROFILE INVALID, indicating that the RTI profile is either:

  • Inactive
  • Has an effective end date that is less than the transaction effective date
  • Does not exist (has been deleted)

If multiple transaction number profiles are established for the same RTI number and one or more of the transaction number profiles are invalid, additional reports are generated:

  • Recurring Transaction Error Report for ITVs (DAFR3761): Produced for non-payment-generating interagency transactions, such as for federal and state grant pass-through ITVs
  • Recurring Transaction Error Report for ITVs (DAFR3751): Produced for payment-generating interagency transactions, including ITVs generated from T-code 268 (pass-through to funds held outside the state treasury)

The ITV/RTI process is for transfers between funds that exist within the State Treasury. Universities frequently are authorized to hold funds in local bank accounts. Except for T-codes 268/279-Interagency State and Federal Grant Pass-Through Activity-Local Funds, payments made to local bank accounts cannot use the ITV/RTI Process. However, universities may use RTIs to receive funds in the Treasury.

Once the ITV payment processes, the RTI field cannot be viewed in USAS. It is recommended that the RTI number be referenced in the INVOICE or DESCRIPTION field where it can later be viewed from the Accounting Event Record Inquiry (84) screen in USAS. In addition, DAFR2261 – Daily History Detail Report will generate automatically for the transaction agency and will include the RTI.

Changes to this Document
Date Updates
07/26/2019 Updated the Batch Processing section with information pertaining to the processing of batches off the IT file
05/03/2019 Added Payment Due Date and Requested Payment Date Fields section
09/07/2018 Updated instructions in the answer to Help! I have a batch header with no transactions in it that will not process after repeated releases in the Batch Processing section
01/06/2015 Clarified instructions in the answer to Should I release batches that are in P-N-4 status? in the Batch Processing section

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