Voucher Correction functions will be removed from CA$HLINK II for CreditCard and StoredValu account types COMPLETED
September 30, 2012
Voucher Correction functions will be removed from CA$HLINK II for FRB collections account typesexcept FRB ECP) COMPLETED
September 30, 2012
FMS will turn off the capability to schedule and receive Agency Fedwire Message summary and detail download files from CA$HLINK II. The last CA$HLINK II business cycle for September that runs on September 28, 2012, will produce the last scheduled download for Agency Fedwire Message files and will produce the last automatically generated REX ACH file. Agency users can download these files on Monday, October 1, 2012. COMPLETED
October 1, 2012
Payment vouchers dated October 1, 2012 and beyond will no longer flow to CA$HLINK II or TRS, but only to the PIR. Non-Treasury Disbursing Office (NTDO) agencies have from July 2012 until September 2012 to begin utilizing the Payment Information Repository (PIR) to view payment voucher information that is currently available in CA$HLINK II. Beginning October 1, 2012, only the PIR will receive payment vouchers and the PIR will report them on to CARS/GWA. COMPLETED
October 27, 2012
Voucher Correction functions will be removed from CA$HLINK II for remaining account types.
December 31, 2012, 9:00 pm Eastern Time
FMS will process the last deposit reporting entries received directly into CA$HLINK II. All deposits received by 9pm Eastern Time will be included in the final deposit reporting business cycle for CA$HLINK II.
December 31, 2012, after 9:00 pm Eastern Time
Deposit reporting entry and reversal functions will be removed from CA$HLINK II
CA$HLINK II: Countdown to Shutdown Webinar and print version of Questions and Answers: March 27, 2012: "Action Planning for your TRS Transition" walked viewers through a comparison of CA$HLINK II reports and their TRS equivalents, data availability in TRS, and the other FMS programs related to CCMM as well as the shutdown of CA$HLINK II. The second part, "Introduction to the Payment Information Repository (PIR)" introduced viewers to the future centralized information repository for federal payment-related data.