Treasury Check Information System.gov
The Treasury Check Information System (TCIS) is an application system designed to support the Bureau of the Fiscal Service (Fiscal Service) originally focused on U.S. Treasury check aftermath activities.
An electronic office for post-payment activities, TCIS records and reconciles the worldwide issuance and payment of U.S. Treasury checks. This system also allows to query PACER On-Line (POL) for Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments and exception activity (i.e. returns).
TCIS provides Fiscal Service and more than 30,000 federal agency users with an online application for check aftermath activities and management of both check and ACH payment data.
TCIS also manages payment data for over two billion check payments and three million claims over a seven-year period.
With TCIS, Users Can:
See information about payments or claims relating to US Treasury checks and ACH payments
Ask for payment information using check/payee ID number within a range of dates, or ACH trace number
Make a stop-payment request
See a scanned image of a cashed check collections. View various reports related to exception activity (i.e reclamation)
Non-Treasury Disbursing Office TCIS (NTDO) users- or users from an agency with authority to disburse funds- can also see their check ranges used for U.S. Treasury check payments, see everything that TCIS has received and accepted according to the user's security profile, or track the status of files submitted for processing.
TCIS: To become a TCIS user visit our Getting Started page.
If you have questions about enrolling, contact:
855-838-0743 (toll-free), or
For help when using TCIS, call the Payment Management Call Center
855-868-0151 (toll-free) option 1
Last modified 10/11/19