Collections Data Flow
Collection Information Repository (CIR) has multiple collection sources that provide agencies with data every day. To understand how the data flows to and from CIR, use the infographic and steps below.
Source systems are also known as Sending Trading Partners (STPs), Collection Channels, or Channel Applications.
These systems are referred to as CIR’s Receiving Trading Partners (RTPs). They receive information from CIR and use it to meet their financial management and reporting responsibilities.
The Flow of Data
- Sending Trading Partners (STPs) receive and process Federal Program Agencies’ (FPAs) collections. Exceptions to the rule are FPAs and Treasury General Account (TGA) banks that send collection information directly to OTCnet for processing and lockboxes that send collection activity only to OTCnet and ECP for processing.
- STPs send detailed collection transactions, where applicable, and deposit information to the CIR.
- CIR Receiving Trading Partners (RTPs) process and reconcile files from CIR that support the reporting of Treasury Account Symbols (TAS)/Business Event Type Code (BETC) and Classification Keys (C-Key) data to meet end-of-day financial management and reporting responsibilities within the downstream systems.