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Treasury General Account (TGA) Program


What is the TGA Program?

The TGA Program consists of three services that receive cash and check deposits, including foreign items, from federal agencies:

  • the TGA Network
  • the Seized Currency Collection Network (SCCN)
  • Mail-In TGA (MITGA)

TGA Network

The TGA Network consists of commercial financial institutions that receive and reconcile over-the-counter cash and check deposits from government agencies.

These commercial financial institutions, which are designated to perform these services by the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, are located throughout the world.

SCCN

The SCCN consists of commercial financial institutions that specialize in receiving deposits of funds seized by law enforcement agencies.

MITGA

The MITGA is a commercial depositary that receives only mailed deposits from agencies. This is an exception to the rule that deposits are presented over-the-counter at a depositary.

Why participate in TGA?

  • Easy to set up - Requires minimal effort to implement
  • Paperless processing - Uses OTCnet to capture checks and process deposits
  • Convenient - Provides a local depositary for collections that field offices receive

Contact Us

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

OTC Support Team Telephone: 1-866-771-1842
E-mail: stls.tga.support@stls.frb.org

Or

Over the Counter Revenue Collection Division
E-mail: tgaops@fiscal.treasury.gov



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