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COTAX Manual

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Repayments / reallocations: repayment / reallocations work lists: repayments for authorisation list (REDR)

This subject is presented as follows.

Purpose of the list
How often should the list be reviewed?
Who does what?
When are new entries added?
Reasons for entry
Sorting and filtering - Options and recommendations
The normal next action function
Automatic deletion
Manual deletion 

Purpose of the list

There are two versions of the Repayments for Authorisation List.

  • REDR is the update version.
  • REDV is the view only version.

This work list is available in responsible offices. The purpose of the work list is to allow the Repayment Security Authoriser (RSA) to review those cases selected for security checks.

How often should the list be reviewed?

The Repayments for Authorisation List is an immediate action work list. The Repayment Security Authoriser (RSA) should review it daily and deal with any entries immediately.

Who does what?

The list must be dealt with by the Repayment Security Authoriser (RSA) holding the Repayment / Reallocation Authoriser role on COTAX, as appointed by the manager.

When are new entries added?

Entries are added to the Repayments for Authorisation List immediately when COTAX selects a case for security checking.

Reasons for entry

COTAX selects cases for security checking and puts them on the Repayments For Authorisation List.

Sorting and filtering - Options and recommendations

Before you start to work cases, you may want to sort and filter the work list to make it more manageable. You can do that by using any of the criteria below. The criteria shown in bold are those you may find most useful when filtering the Reallocations for Authorisation List.

  • File Number. 
  • Name.
  • AP number.
  • B/F date.
  • B/F note.
  • Employee name.
  • Entry date.
  • Latest AP end date.
  • Participator.
  • Reallocation number.
  • Reference.
  • Repayment amount.

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The normal next action function

The normal next action function is PRKR (Provide Risk Response).

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Automatic deletion

Cases are automatically deleted from the work list when any of the following apply.

  • The Repayment Security Authoriser authorises the repayment using function PRKR (Provide Risk Response).
  • The Repayment Security Authoriser stops the repayment using function PRKR.
  • The case is transferred to a new office. The case automatically appears on the new office work list.

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Manual deletion

You can not manually delete a case from the work list.

See:

  • COM126021 for a list of forms relevant to this subject
  • COM126011 for a list of functions to use in particular situations.