Unfilled Customer Orders (CongressionalGlossary.com)

From the Congressional Glossary – Including Legislative and Budget Terms

Unfilled Customer Orders

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The dollar amount of orders accepted from other accounts within the government for goods and services to be furnished on a reimbursable basis. In the case of transactions with the public, these orders are amounts advanced or collected for which the account or fund has not yet performed the service or incurred its own obligations for that purpose. (See also Reimbursements; “Fiscal Year 2011 Performance and Accountability Report,” GAO Report GAO-12-4SP.)

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