PAM Webinar Sessions provide Federal Program Agencies (FPAs) with training on changes to Treasury’s Payment Application Modernization (PAM) application, including file format changes, the addition of
Treasury Account Symbol/Business Event Type Codes (TAS/BETCs), and impacts on payment processing.
First Hour Overview of PAM
Overview of the PAM project including upcoming releases, time-lines, data flow, and Agency outreach efforts
Identify Agencies who need to become CARS Reporters and who need to start reporting TAS/BETC’s to GWA/CARS by October 2014 utilizing the PAM Standard Payment Request (SPR)
Individuals who need a high level overview and understanding of PAM.
Individuals responsible for the allocation of resources in order to comply with the October 2014 mandate.
Individuals who need more information on Treasury’s Agency TAS/BETC readiness.
Second Hour Technical Walkthrough
Educate agencies who are currently submitting bulk payment files to Treasury, by providing an update on the programming requirements for converting to the SPR format.
Walkthrough of the SPR format, including a detailed discussion of each data element used to create the SPR bulk payment file.
Individuals who have direct knowledge of the current format used to submit bulk payment files to Treasury.
Individuals responsible for making programming changes to your payment file formats.
Subject matter experts who understand the payment processes.
Individuals responsible for testing the new TAS/BETC programming changes.
PAM Webinar Sessions Available Dates
No sessions are currently scheduled
Please Note: Enrollment will close 24 hours prior to the session start time.
Conference lines are limited. If multiple people are attending the webinar session from your agency site, please follow the instructions below.
1. Submit a single registration for your agency site.
2. Click "YES" for Special needs.
3. In the text box, please specify the number of people attending from your agency site.
4. Click "Register"
Plan to dial in for the webinar on one conference line.
This maximizes the possible number of attendees with the limited number of dial-in lines.
Webinar Materials and Access:
Presentation Materials, Webinar Access and Conference Line Number will be provided to registered participants via email two days prior to the scheduled webinar date.
Primary Lori Meyer (816) 414-2337 E-Mail:Lori Meyer