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Debt Management Governmentwide Reports:
Treasury Report on Receivables (TROR)


NOTICE: Effective September 12, the URL for the TROR application will be https://tror.fiscal.treasury.gov/tror. The TROR application will not be available over the weekend of September 10 and 11, 2016. For questions, please contact your agency's TROR liaison (listed below).

Monthly Update - September 2016
  • TROR Reporting
    The TROR data for the 3rd quarter-FY 2016 is now available in DMIS.

  • FY 2016 Relocation of the Treasury Report on Receivables (TROR) and Debt Collection Activities
    Effective September 12, the URL for the TROR application will be https://tror.fiscal.treasury.gov/tror. The TROR application will not be available over the weekend of September 10 and 11, 2016. For questions, please contact your agency's TROR liaison (listed below).

  • FY 2016 Revision of the Treasury Report on Receivables (TROR) and Debt Collection Activities
    DMS modified the TROR to support Section 5 of the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act), Pub. L. 113-101, requiring federal agencies to refer their eligible delinquent nontax debts to Treasury for administrative offset at 120 days.

    To align the TROR with the requirements of the Data Act, effective 1st quarter, FY 2016, all federal agencies will be utilizing a modified TROR to capture and report DATA Act data.

  • Reporting requirements for the Treasury Report on ReceivablesPDF document

    TROR Access Request FormPDF document

    Please contact your agency liaison if you need any additional training or guidance on the TROR.

  • FY 2016 TROR with FormulasExcel spreadsheet
    (Revised August 2015)

    DMS is revising the TROR to support OMB's government-wide focus on improving debt collection.

TROR DMS-Federal Agencies Contact Information
For questions, contact DMS at (202) 874-6810.
DMS Agency Liaison Contacts Agencies: CFO/NON-CFO

Jordan, Pamela:
Pamela.Jordan@fiscal.treasury.gov

 

CFO: USDA, HUD, EPA, DOI, Department of the Treasury
NON-CFO: FCC, EX-IM Bank, Farm Credit Administration, NARA, NCUA, Library of Congress (Leg. Br.)
Ellis-General, Brenda:
Brenda.Ellis-General@fiscal.treasury.gov
CFO: NASA, Education, DHS, SBA
NON-CFO: SEC, OPIC, Smithsonian, GAO (Leg. Br.) , NFA&H, NLRB, Office of Technology (Leg. Br.), FDIC, Gov. Ethics, Special Counsel, SSS, Fed. Med/Conc. Service, FEC, FLRA
Ferrette, Carolyn:
Carolyn.Ferrette@fiscal.treasury.gov
CFO: State, AID, DOT, DOE, DOJ
NON-CFO: SEC, EEOC, Office of Compliance, Presidio Trust, Fed. Mar. Comm., Funds Approp./Pres, Architect of the Capital (Leg. Br.) House/Senate (Leg. Br.), CBO (Leg. Br.), FERC, FTC, AFRH, Other Agencies.*
White, John:
John.White@fiscal.treasury.gov
CFO: Commerce, DOL, OPM, NRC
NON-CFO: PBGC, CFTC, CPSC, Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., Peace Corps, RRB, U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

Armstead, Mary:
Mary.Armstead@fiscal.treasury.gov

CFO: NSF, GSA, DoD
NON-CFO: Postal Svc.
Jacobs, Steve:
Steve.Jacobs@fiscal.treasury.gov
CFO: HHS, SSA
NON-CFO: GPO (Leg. Br. ), MSPB, TVA, CNCS
Kon, Scott:
Scott.Kon@fiscal.treasury.gov
CFO: VA
• Advisory Council On Historic Preservation, Architecture & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, Broadcasting Board of Gov., Chemical Safety Board, Commission on Civil Rights, Commission On Fine Arts, Federal Housing Finance Board, Federal Mine Safety & Health Review Comm., US Holocaust Memorial Council, etc.

**Updated: April 1, 2014

Treasury Report on Receivables and Debt Collection Activities

The final revised Receivables Report captures data relevant to provisions in the DCIA; incorporates U.S. General Accounting Office recommendations; includes survey results from current reporting entities on the usefulness of existing data; and encompasses the recommendations of the interagency task group.

Receivables Report Information in Various Formats

The following tools are available for CFO verifiers, preparers, and analysts working with the Report on Receivables:

Documentation

Memorandum for All CFOs, Deputy CFOs and Chief Credit Management OfficialsPDF document
Treasury Report on Receivables and Debt Collection Activities Form in Excel with formulasExcel spreadsheet
(Revised August 2015)
Instructional Workbook for Preparing the Treasury Report on Receivables and Debt Collection ActivitiesPDF document
(Updated January 2016)

Fiscal Year 2016 Reporting Schedule

Note: The Treasury Report on Receivables is transmitted by federal agencies via the Internet using the Debt Management Information System (DMIS) based on the following schedule.

Status
Fiscal Year Quarter* Open Date Close Date
FY 2016
1st
Jan 12, 2016
Feb 3, 2016
FY 2016 2nd Apr 12, 2016 April 29, 2016
FY 2016 3rd Jul 12, 2016 Jul 29, 2016
FY 2016 4th Oct 11, 2016 Nov 14, 2016
*Fiscal Service is requesting that all federal agencies report quarterly.

For TROR user access during the established reporting timeframe, please contact:

Brenda Ellis-General
Phone: (202) 874-8933
Fax: (202) 874-7292
E-mail: Brenda.Ellis-General@fiscal.treasury.gov

or

Steve Jacobs
Phone: (205) 912-6205
Fax: (205) 912-6285
E-mail: Steve.Jacobs@fiscal.treasury.gov

All other inquiries, please contact your agency liaison listed at TROR DMS-Federal Agencies Contact Information.



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