Treasury Managed Accounts
Contract Disputes Receivables
The receipt account 203101, Recoveries from Federal Agencies for Settlement of Claims from Contract Disputes is one of the Treasury Managed Accounts. The account balances below have been identified by agency. The balances are to be reviewed by federal agencies and confirmed to Treasury, Financial Management Service (FMS) on a quarterly basis.
All payments made from Judgment Fund, 20X1743, Claims for Contract Disputes, are fully reimbursable by the agency. The receivable balance of 203101 represents unreimbursed payments made from 20X1743. Whenever a new receivable is added to the balance, FMS accrues revenue for the Fiscal Year. FMS also maintains an allowance for loss on receivables balance due to the low rate of reimbursement.
On a quarterly basis, FMS posts the 203101 1310 receivable, 5900 revenue and 1319 allowance balances by agency to this web site. Agencies have 25 days from the end of the quarter to respond to FMS via email or fax at (202) 874-8372 regarding the accuracy of the amounts recorded by FMS. Confirmation forms must be completed to show what liability your agency is reporting for Contract Disputes. Due to year-end time constraints, the September 30 confirmation forms are due around October 17th.
Agencies must provide support documentation (IPACs, cancelled checks, etc.) for any changes they want made to the balances posted.
Agencies with outstanding balances should provide a reimbursement schedule to FMS. This schedule should include amounts and timing of reimbursement.
When confirming your balance:
Reimbursements should be sent via IPAC to ALC 20180002. Please use '203101' or 020 3101000 (GTAS format) in the 'Receiver Treasury Account Symbol' field and 'COLUVRCT' (Collection to an Unavailable Receipt Account) in the 'Receiver BETC' field. The Payment ID/J number and Control/Z number of the claim must be included on the IPAC.
If you would like FMS to initiate the IPAC, fax your request to 202-874-8372. You must include your ALC, Treasury Account Symbol, Payment ID/J number and Control/Z number of the claim, Dollar amount, contact name and number, and any other information your agency requires.
Contract Disputes Balances
* There is an additional $253,378,084.95 in receivables related to FEHBP claims.
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