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Treasury Data Registry

CollectionTransactionType Profile

Administrative Metadata


Name CollectionTransactionType
Business Definition Standard transaction types which represent a high-level categorization of a financial transaction that is used to help identify what type of transaction activity the financial transaction represents.
Business Context Treasury / Fiscal Service
Registration Status
Standard Administrative Status Code Approved/Standard
Version Identifier 4.8
Data Security Code Public
Effective Date 2012-03-15
Published Date 2012-06-28

Stewardship Metadata


Responsible Business Line Revenue Collections Management
Business Owner Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Data Steward Contact Person Eduardo Conde
Data Steward Contact Email Eduardo.Conde@fiscal.treasury.gov

Representation Metadata


DataType
Enumerated Representation Class Text Minimum Length 7 Maximum Length 15
Character Text Code
Alphabetic Character Case Code Mixed May Contain Punctuation Yes May Contain Special Characters No May Contain White Spaces No
Value Domain Listing
Item Description
Adjustment A financial transaction that represents a monetary adjustment to an existing transaction.
ChargeBack A card transaction where one or more items are returned.
Collection A financial transaction that is the initial settlement of the payment.
Correction A financial transaction that represents a change to classification and non-monetary information for an existing transaction.
Informational A financial transaction that does not have a monetary accounting outcome.
Re-presentment A financial transaction that is not the initial settlement of the payment.
Return/Reversal A financial transaction where the payment was returned to the payer.
Unknown Financial transactions of an unknown type.

Business Rules Metadata


Business Rules Description
No records.

Situational Metadata


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Last Updated: 2014-03-10