Treasury Report on Receivables (TROR)
Monthly Update - September 2023
- The TROR data for the 3rd quarter FY 2023 is now available in DMIS.
- TROR application
- Reporting schedule for the Treasury Report on Receivables and Debt Collection Activities for FY 2018
- 2022 TROR Annual Certification/Verification Form
- Reporting requirements for the Treasury Report on Receivables
- TROR Access Request Form
- FY 2016 TROR with Formulas - (Revised August 2015)
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:
- Memorandum for All CFOs, Deputy CFOs and Chief Credit Management Officials
Annual Requirements for FY 2021 Year-End and CY 2022 Activities
- Treasury Report on Receivables and Debt Collection Activities Form in Excel with formulas - (Revised August 2015)
- Instructional Workbook for Preparing the Treasury Report on Receivables and Debt Collection Activities - (Updated November 2018)
Fiscal Year 2023 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.
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|Status||Fiscal Year||Quarter*||Open Date||Close Date|
|Reporting||FY 2023||1st||Jan 10, 2023||Jan 31, 2023|
|Reporting||FY 2023||2nd||Apr 11, 2023||Apr 28, 2023|
|Reporting||FY 2023||3rd||Jul 11, 2023||Jul 31, 2023|
|Closed||FY 2023||4th||Oct 10, 2023||Nov 14, 2023|
*Fiscal Service is requesting that all federal agencies report quarterly.
For TROR user access during the established reporting timeframe, please call 202-874-6810 or send an email at DMS.TROR@fiscal.treasury.gov.
If you have questions regarding the TROR, you can contact your agency liaison at DMS.TROR@fiscal.treasury.gov.