Data Element: REPORT TO ORGANIZATION CODE
You are invited to read the definitions of terms used in this data standard.
||Report To Organization Code|
||The five-digit organization code of the higher management organization to which another Service organization directly reports.|
||NNNNN, where each N represents a number from 0 through 9, and the first digit represents the Region to which the organization reports.|
|Recommended Field Name||RPTORGCODE|
||The official values to be used for this data element are provided in the Source. The procedures for assignment of organization codes are described in the Reference.|
||As of January 18, 2011, the Service has 1662 official organization codes
assigned to organizations with assigned staff, as well as to land management units that
are currently unstaffed.
For the most current data on the Service's official organization codes and organization names, please contact the National Data Administrator, Geospatial and Data Services, Division of Information Resources and Technology Management.
|Historical Data||For information on past versions of this standard, contact the National Data Administrator, Geospatial and Data Services, Division of Information Resources and Technology Management.|
Part 270, FW 6, Data Management and Standards, has been superceded by Part 274, FW 2, Establishing Service Data Standards.
Part 020 FW 2, Organization Standards and Codes.
||As of the approval date and whenever applicable, this data element
will be used in any new automated system, data set, database, or information application,
including new Geographic Information System (GIS) data and applications. This data
element will also be used in any major modifications to existing systems or versions of
these data-related items that identify and track higher management organization codes
for Service organizations.
Examples of Hierarchy for Reporting:
In some instances, a Service organization's higher management organization code will be the same as its assigned organization code, e.g., 30100, Office of the Regional Director, and 90100, Director-U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Service data standard for Organization Code can be viewed at this site. Organization codes and higher management organization codes will be handled as separate data fields in any new or modified automated system.
TService staff are strongly encouraged to utilize this data element in existing systems, data sets, databases, and information applications. Where existing systems and data-related items are not in compliance, they should be modified to achieve compatibility and implement this data standard.
||September 1, 2004|
||September 30, 2013|
|Point of Contact||Lisa Ngo, Financial Analyst, Division of Financial Management.|