A disallowed cost determined by Agency management to be uncollectible (USAID Automated Directives System - ADS - Chapter 591). An action to remove an amount from USAID's assets. A write-off of a loan occurs when an agency official determines, after all appropriate collection tools have been used, that a debt is uncollectible. Active collection on an account ceases, and the account is removed from USAID's receivables (SFFAS 18) (USAID Automated Directives System - ADS - Chapter 623).
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Removal of the debt from the agency's accounting records based on a determination by the CFO or the Treasury Department that a debt or a portion of a debt is uncollectible. If a debt is compromised, the amount no longer due must be reported as written off. All write-offs must be made through the allowance account. Generally, write-off is mandatory for delinquent debt older than two years unless documented and justified to OMB in consultation with Treasury. Once the debt is written-off, the agency must either classify the debt as currently not collectible (CNC) or close out the debt (USAID Automated Directives System - ADS - Chapter 625).
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