Allocations are used to split a single General Ledger account into many USOA Accounts or to combine many General Ledger Accounts into a single USOA Account.
This table contains a list of the different allocation types. Each record is a master record and may have one or many allocation percentages grouped below it.
Allocation Type Description: Common name for high level grouping of allocations. (Example: Allocation Type F-10 Passenger Fares Paid Type contains two allocation items - one for passenger paid fares and one for organization paid fares).
The table contains the individual allocation percentages for each NTD/GL Crosswalk record. In the examples below for allocation type F-10 Passenger Fares Paid Type, there are two entries.
One for Passenger Paid Fees at 92.556%
And one for Organization Paid Fees at 7.444%
Percentages are up to 5 decimal places so 33.333% would be entered as 0.33333. 100% would be entered as 1.00000.
Allocation Type: Common name for high level grouping of allocations.
Allocation Item: Unique number in the group of Allocation Types (1, 2, 3, etc.)
Allocation Description: Common name of the allocation.
Allocation Percentage: Percentage amount of the current allocation in decimal format, up to five places (0.33333, 0.12345, etc.).