EGL9.2: GTAS Disaster Emergency Fund Code and Budget Object Class Reporting
(Doc ID 2853470.1)
Last updated on MARCH 03, 2022
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The U.S. Treasury published changes to the GTAS Bulk File specifications that will impact existing PeopleSoft General Ledger GTAS functionality. The revised specification includes the following changes.
- Expand existing Disaster Emergency Fund Code (DEFC) field reporting from 2 to 3 positions.
- Report 4 character Budget Object Class.
The Budget Object Class requirement is completely new for GTAS reporting. The Object Class represents the classification of funding for budgeting, revenue, and spending. Below are a few examples of Object Class.
21 Travel and Transportation of Persons
- 2100 – Travel and Transportation of Persons
- 2110 – Common Carrier
- 2120 – Mileage Alowance
- 2130 – Per Diem Allowance
- 2140 – Acutal Subsistence
23 Rent, Communications, and Utilities
- 2300 – Rent, Communcations, and Utilities
- 2310 – Utilities
- 2320 – Communication Services
- 2330 – Communication Services GSA
- 2340 – Rents Buildings
- 2350 – Postage and Related Fees
- 2360 – Rent Equipment
The U.S. Treasury is mandating that Federal customers use the revised GTAS bulk file format starting June 1, 2022 to report 3 characted DEFC and new 4 character Budget Object Class. The new format will be accepted by the Treasury system beginning September 2021.
NOTE: GTAS is the U.S. Treasury system that Agencies use to submit budgetary and proprietary general ledger account balances.
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