This alert is generated whenever a PDA alert condition exists in the Separate Operation
for Billing, Entitlement and Remittances (SOBER) record at the time of transfer, or
there is no matching BIC in the BCM, or SOBER does not have a record, but the MBR
billing information and earmark (BIER) code indicates the existence of a SOBER record.
The JURIS program has processed the transfer to RRB showing a 1-month arrearage only.
Secure a BCM printout to determine the correct PDA status.
The CPDA and all special action codes (SAC) have been set to zero (000) as a result
of the update record from the JURIS program. The INCPDA field in the Event History
can be used to determine the SOBER PDA status at the time of transfer. Reconcile any
questionable data which caused the alert condition.
When the correct PDA status has been determined and an overage exists or an arrearage
is due for more than 1 month, send a teletype message to RRB (see HI 01001.381) supplying the correct PDA status.
If the PDA status is equal to a 1-month arrearage, do not send a teletype to RRB. A 1-month arrearage was the amount assumed when the transfer was accomplished.
When it is necessary to send a teletype, the SOBER Operating Month (SOM) used in the
communication must be the same as the date shown under the SOM filed on the alert
informational. The RRB begins collecting premiums for the SOM month. For example,
if the transfer is processed