· Courts have to update their DCXT tables manually for every new BARS Code released due to new legislation.
· This involves detailed and time intensive work for the court.
· This involves detailed and time intensive work for Customer Services accounting staff.
· For every BARS Code, there can be four to nine sub-accounts that need to be set up under each new BARS Code with its own remittance BARS Code. This work is multiplied by however many jurisdictions a court may have.
For Example: Updates to the DCXT Tables are due by 01/01/2011 as follows, 17 new BARS Codes with four sub-accounts each, two BARS Codes with seven sub-accounts and one BARS Code with three sub-accounts for a total of 85 table entries per each court’s jurisdictions.
· Courts may enter incorrect remittance BARS Codes redirecting the money from the intended accounts.
· Some courts do not set up their DCXT table so money is not directed to the correct accounts. Sub-account money dedicated for JIS Fund and other state accounts would show as local money.