Municipal Aggregation Auto-Enrollment Process 814-ae auto-Enroll New Customer




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Municipal Aggregation

Auto-Enrollment Process

814-AE Auto-Enroll New Customer (Municipal Aggregation)
Where directed to do so by an approved Municipal Aggregation Plan, the Distribution Company will automatically enroll with the Municipal Aggregator’s Supplier any new customers who move into the Municipal Aggregator’s territory and who don’t have another competitive supplier.
When the turn-on process has been completed by the Distribution Company, they will send to the Municipal Aggregator’s Supplier the data required for the Supplier to set up the new account in his Customer Information System using the Auto-Enroll New Customer 814-AE transaction. Data will be sent for each billed service entity present on the account in order to provide the Supplier with all required service types and service identifiers. The transaction will include all data present on the 814-2 Confirm Enroll transaction. Additional data will include the customer of record full name, secondary name if present, service address, customer phone number (if available), and sales tax status.
The following information will need to be agreed upon by the Distribution Company and the Supplier to be default values for this transaction:
Billing Option - The Distribution Company and Aggregator or Supplier should agree to auto-enroll with either the Complete Billing Option or the Passthrough Option for the entire aggregation. If the Supplier wants to change the billing option at a later date, they should send a Change Supplier Data transaction 814-3.
Supplier Rate Code, Supplier Pricing Option - If the Complete Billing Option is being used, the Distribution Company and the Supplier will need to agree on a default Rate Code and Pricing Option. The Supplier should assign the appropriate Rate Code and Pricing Option if the default is not correct and return this data on the Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change 814-AD.
Sales Tax Indicator for Complete Billing – If the Complete Billing Option is being used, the Sales Tax Indicator is also required. Final Sales Tax exemption information may not be available to the Distribution Company at the time the new customer takes new service. The Distribution Company may assign a default value of ‘Bill Sales Tax’ (AMT01 = T) for all applicable rate classes if exemption information is not available, or ‘Exempt from Sales Tax’ (AMT01 = DP) if an exemption exists. The Supplier may send a change to the Sales Tax Indicator on the Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change transaction 814-AD, or at a later date on the Change Supplier Data transaction 814-3.
Supplier Account Number - The Distribution Company and Supplier should agree on a default Supplier Account Number. The Supplier should assign the appropriate Supplier Account Number if the default does not suffice and return this data on the Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change 814-AD.

Municipal Aggregator Code - The Distribution Company and Supplier should agree on a 4-position Municipal Aggregator Code, to be assigned when the Auto-Enroll New Customer transaction 814-AE is created.

The complete data requirements for the 814-AE transaction type are outlined in the Excel spreadsheet ‘Auto-Enroll data matrix.xls, Worksheet 814-AE’.


Certification Testing for this transaction can be separate from the standard test plan and done on an as-needed basis.


814-AC Confirm Auto-Enroll New Customer (Municipal Aggregation)

814-AD Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change
When a Supplier to a Municipal Aggregator receives an Auto-Enroll New Customer 814-AE from a Distribution Company, the Supplier should return one of two possible transactions - Confirm Auto-Enroll New Customer 814-AC or Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change 814-AD - to the Distribution Company. The 814-AC transaction should be used to confirm receipt and acceptance of the Auto-Enroll New Customer 814-AE when all default values are appropriate for the customer. The 814-AD transaction combines the functionality of an enrollment confirmation and a change request; it should be used when supplier data changes to the pre-assigned default values are required.
The Confirm Auto-Enroll New Customer 814-AC will return billing related fields to insure integrity between systems, but will not return all fields sent on the Auto-Enrollment 814-AE. No data changes will result when this transaction type is used.
The Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change 814-AD will return billing related fields as on the 814-AC, but may also change certain supplier data fields as needed. The following information may be assigned and returned by the Supplier:
Supplier Rate Code, Supplier Pricing Option

If the Complete Billing Option is being used, the Distribution Company will assign and send a default Rate Code and Pricing Option on the Auto-Enroll New Customer 814-AE. The Supplier may assign the appropriate Rate Code and Pricing Option and return this data on the Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change 814-AD.


Sales Tax Indicator for Complete Billing

If the Sales Tax exemption status is unknown, the Distribution Company may assign a default value of ‘Bill Sales Tax’ (AMT01 = T) for all applicable rate classes if exemption information is not available, or ‘Exempt from Sales Tax’ (AMT01 = DP) if an exemption exists. The Supplier may send a change to the Sales Tax Indicator on the Confirm Auto-



Enroll With Data Change 814-AD, or at a later date on the Change Supplier Data transaction 814-3.

Supplier Account Number


The Supplier may change the Supplier Account Number and return this data on the Confirm Auto-Enroll With Data Change 814-AD.
The complete data requirements for the 814-AE transaction type are outlined in the Excel spreadsheet ‘Auto-Enroll data matrix.xls, Worksheet 814-AC 814-AD’.
Certification Testing for these transactions can be separate from the standard test plan and done on an as-needed basis.

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