What is the federal agency code?

Agency Code. Definition: A six-digit alphanumeric code used to classify accounts by the federal or non-federal agency granting the award. The alpha part of the code is the parent or major agency.

What is the agency location code?

Agency Location Codes (ALC) are also FADS, and can be found in the Shared Accounting Module (SAM). A user ID is necessary to access ALC information. TAS components are eight meaningful pieces of business data, which combine to identify an account of the US Treasury.

What is a funding agency code?

Program / Funding Agency Code – the code for the agency that provided the preponderance of the funds obligated by this transaction. Program / Funding Office Code – the funding agency-provided code that identifies the office (or other organization entity) that provided the preponderance of funds.

What does agency ID mean?

Related to Agency number. Account Number means a unique identification number designated by the Licensee, Betting System, CA Hub or out-of-state Hub.

What type of agency is the OPM?

Office of Personnel Management
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) serves as the chief human resources agency and personnel policy manager for the Federal Government. OPM provides human resources leadership and support to Federal agencies and helps the Federal workforce achieve their aspirations as they serve the American people.

What is an ALC federal government?

Code (ALC) This is the unique identifier for a federal agency buying/selling goods and/or services. An ALC is an identifier for an accounting office within an agency that reports disbursements and collections to Treasury.

What is a ALC number?

Agency Location Code (ALC) It is a two-, four-, or eight-digit symbol assigned by the Bureau of the Fiscal Service (Fiscal Service) that uniquely identifies each agency that reports receipts and disbursements to the Fiscal Service.

What is acquisition code?


What is Activity Address Code?

The Activity Address Code (AAC) is a six-character code used to identify an office in a uniform way across federal agencies. An office is the smallest organizational unit in an agency with direct responsibility for awarding or funding most of the actions.

What is a treasury code?

TAS is an identification code assigned by Treasury Fiscal Service to agencies. All financial transactions of the Federal Government are classified by TAS for reporting to the Department of the Treasury and the Office of Management and Budget. In the GWA system, agencies report their TAS in String format.