As explained in MSOM BUSSR 004.017, automated reconciliation occurs in the Modernized
Supplemental Security Income Claims System's (MSSICS) platform. However, automated
neither the terminated record nor the current record need to be in MSSICS for automated
reconciliation to take place. You cannot trigger automated reconciliation through
a batch input, e.g., an SSA-1719B. However, automated reconciliation will be done
in the new batch T32 process. Events that will trigger automated reconciliation are:
A record is terminated through the T33 process and a new record is established through
MSSICS. (See SM 01801.001.)
The T33 Process is used to terminate records without a force flag. In T33, the terminated
record can be computed by the transmission of force due amounts.
An MSSICS change occurs on a terminated record and there is a later record on the
An application is taken through MSSICS and the last terminated record on the SSR contains
unresolved and/or uncollected overpayments.
An FO requests reconciliation of a terminated record from the UMEN screen. (See SI 02220.011D.2.)
A record is terminated in the batch T32 Process.
When a record on the SSR becomes too large and presents problems in maintenance and
space, the record will be examined in a merge run. If qualified, the record is automatically
terminated (pay status T32) and a new record is created. Most data on the new record
will be copied from the T32 record. (See SM 01802.001.)