The FTC/BSC Management System (BSCMS) provides information about financial transaction centers (FTCs) and business service centers (BSCs), and KFS Organization (org) responsibility, as well as which centers support which orgs/codes. It also provides a way for authorized individuals within FTCs and BSCs to edit their center’s contact information, permit membership, and org code responsibility, using maintenance e-docs. The e-docs are routed for approval to the authorized individuals before the changes can take effect.
Legacy accounting department responsibility is available at the bottom of this page.
This system cannot be used to create new account department codes. To request a new department code, please see Set Up and Manage Accounts.
Note: The information in this system is available to everyone. Editing privileges are based on permit membership.
Financial Transaction and Business Service Center Lookup
This tool provides a list of all FTC, and BSCs, and the center's director and staff members.
FTC/BSC KFS Organization Responsibility Lookup
This tool provides a list of KFS organization responsibility by entering a KFS org code, org type, or a responsible FTC/BSC.
Follow these instructions to change the staff members listed in your FTC/BSC. Only directors can request updates to these permits. After submission, the status of your request will appear on the e-doc log. Once the status reaches “Approved,” please allow two business days for your changes to become “Final.”
If information other than permit members needs to be updated, such as the address or telephone number, follow these instructions. Only directors can request these updates. After submission, the status of your request will appear in the e-doc log. Once the status reaches “Approved,” please allow two business days for your changes to become “Final.”
Legacy FTC/BSC Accounting Department Responsibility Lookup
This tool provides a list of legacy accounting department, organization, or operating unit codes. You can also view a list of departments and the primary and secondary FTCs/BSCs that support them.