Treasury :: Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Enterprise Data Architecture
PIR Standard Reporting Format Document Business Message

Data Exchange Listing
ReportingDetail [0..unbounded]
PartyDetail [0..unbounded]
PaymentClassification [0..100]
Address [0..1]
ProcurementDetails [0..1]
OriginalSummary [0..1]
OriginalScheduleReference [0..1]
OriginalPaymentReference [0..1]
OriginatingAgency [0..1]
CheckReportingDetail [0..1]
PaymentMethod [0..1]
ForeignCurrencyDetail [0..1]
SWIFT_ReportingDetail [0..1]
ACH_ReportingReturns [0..1]
WireReporting [0..1]
ACH_Reporting [0..1]
ACH_PayeeBankInfo [0..1]
ReceivingDFI [0..1]
ReceiverDI [0..1]

Element Information
DefinitionContains information about a specific reporting payment record.
Attribute Information
Attribute NameUseDataTypeDefinition
AgencyPaymentTypeCodeoptional [exact length: 1] [A-Z0-9]Internal agency code used to identify the type of payment within the specific agency.
AmountrequiredDecimal [20, 2]Min Inclusive: 0.00The transaction amount.
PaymentTypeCodeoptionalAllotments [Allotments], Monthly Benefit [Monthly Benefit], Daily Benefits [Daily Benefits], Vendor [Vendor], Insurance [Insurance], Refunds [Refunds], Education [Education], Awards [Awards], Annuity [Annuity], Thrift [Thrift], Medical [Medical], Grants [Grants], Salary [Salary], Fees [Fees], Travel [Travel], Tax [Tax], OPMBenefit [Office of Personal Management Benefit], RRBBenefit [Rail Road Retirement Board Benefit], SSABenefit [SSA Benefit], SSIBenefit [SSI Benefit], VABenefit [VABenefit], Miscellaneous [Miscellaneous]Code denoting the type of sub-payment.
PayeeNameoptional String [0, 47]The person to which the payment instrument is made payable.
PayeeIdentifieroptional String [0, 16]Account number used internally by an agency to identify a payee.
PaymentIDrequired String [0, 20]Identifier assigned by the agency that is unique within the Schedule. When combined with the Schedule Number, AgencyLocationCode, and Fiscal Year, this makes a globally unique identifier for the payment.
Technical Information
Schema versionurn:us:gov:treasury
Content ModelThe <ReportingDetail> element contains 18 children elements and has a sequence content model. The sequence content model means that there is a particular order to the children elements of the parent element - in this case, the <ReportingDetail> element has a particular order of elements that must be followed.

For help, please contact the Treasury Bureau of the Fiscal Service Data Registry team.
Last Updated: 2014-11-13T06:51:57.818-05:00

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