IPAC document reference numberA unique identification number automatically assigned to each inter-authority transaction entered into the IPAC system. This is a pass number assigned by the DO icon. This number is unique in combination with a DO symbol. Users of mass files have the option to assign their own IPAC document reference number. *See the list of problematic units on the IPAC website under www.fms.treas.gov/ipac/questions.html. Non-governmental trade rules (see TFM Volume I, Part 2, Chapter 4700, on TFM`s website at www.fms.treas.gov/tfm/vol1/v1p2c470.pdf.) These rules apply to all domestic transactions, in particular transactions involving trade in goods and services (refundable agreements); investments and bonds; and transfers between federal authorities. If the Agency concludes that the adjustment (or part of it) has been abusive, it must inform the Business Partners Agency, preferably by telephone or e-mail. In the event of an agreement, the issuing or receiving agency prepares a second IPAC transaction, during which the corresponding amount is calculated. Agencies cannot adapt to an adaptation. Buyers and sellers follow the ILO`s instructions to collect the necessary data elements to ensure a full refundable agreement before starting to execute the order. For the processing of intergovernmental expenditure transactions, agencies should use the IPAC system in accordance with Volume I, Part 2, Chapter 4700 of TFM (see www.fms.treas.gov/tfm/vol1/v1p2c470.html on the TFM website). Users can access the IPAC User Application Form and the IPAC-AA Designation Form on the IPAC website under www.fms.treas.gov/ipac/gettingstarted.html. SGF recommends that FPAs be configured as TPAs, if applicable.
When setting up TPAs, agencies should obtain the CAS and all other relevant information necessary to process an IPAC transaction. All ATP should contain trade rules sanctioned by the competent authority within each potential agency. Neither treasury nor FMS execute TPAs. Contracting Parties shall conduct timely arbitration proceedings with respect to disputes/disagreements concerning the AAA. The SGF reserves the right to appear when the federal government`s fiscal responsibility is threatened. The SGF recommends negotiating the requirements of trading partners for a refundable agreement on the ILO. The ILO facilitates communication between the buyer and the seller and allows them to agree on the data elements and terms of the refundable transaction before the start of the transaction. There are two sections of the ILO, the General Terms and Conditions of Sale (GTC) section and the Order Requirements and Financing Information (Order) section. .