Other accounts receivable
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Other accounts receivable represent billed (but uncollected) and unbilled or accrued financial claims arising from amounts owed to the Government for use of its assets or from the proceeds for provision of services, and cash collateral pledged to counterparties, as of March 31, 2017.
Amounts receivable written off or forgiven are included in Section 2 of Volume III (Debts, obligations and claims written off or forgiven).
Table 7.5 presents a summary of the balances for other accounts receivable.
|Gross receivables||Allowance for doubtful accounts||Net receivables||Gross receivables||Allowance for doubtful accounts||Net receivables|
|Other receivablesLink to footnote 1||6,544,841,070||2,366,534,119||4,178,306,951||6,338,338,881||2,597,829,606||3,740,509,275|
|Cash collateral pledged to counterpartiesLink to footnote 2||6,873,298,525||–||6,873,298,525||6,556,958,695||–||6,556,958,695|
|Less: Consolidation adjustment||10,272,000||–||10,272,000||27,252,000||–||27,252,000|
Table 7.6 presents the aging of other accounts receivable for the period over which claims at March 31 have been outstanding.
|Year ended March 31|
|Not past due||2,801,023,064||2,281,157,874|
|Number of days past due|
|Cash collateral pledged to counterparties||6,873,298,525||6,556,958,695|
|Less: Consolidation adjustment||10,272,000||27,252,000|
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