Gulf South Pipeline Company L P

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-421-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 2422B Original Sheet No. 2422B : Effective



Section 17



3.4.1 Transportation/Sales Invoice



3.4.2 Payment Remittance



3.4.3 Statement of Account



3.4.4 Service Requester Level Charge/Allowance Invoice



4.2.20 Testing data sets between trading partners includes testing of:

1. intended business results, 2. proposed electronic delivery

mechanisms, and 3. related EDI/EDM and, where supported, FF/EDM

implementation issues. Testing should include enveloping,

security, data validity, and standards compliance (e.g. ANSI X12

and GISB EDM Related Standards).


4.3.1 By 4/1/97, all parties sending and receiving data should accept a

TCP/IP connection. At a minimum, sending and receiving parties

should designate an internet address as a designated site for the

receipt and delivery of GISB standardized data sets subject to

the successful completion of pilot testing by 1/1/97 to ensure

that security, performance (within GISB standard data

transmission time), and reliability are acceptable. The GISB

data file format should be utilized. The Future Technology Task

Force should determine the direction of outstanding issues such

as security, archiving, receipt notification, etc., by 7/1/96.



4.3.2 On time stamping, data leaves control of the originator by the

same time (deadline), regardless of mechanism (3rd party service

provider time stamp is acceptable) and 15 minutes of communication

time should be available to allow accumulation of all transactions

to the pipeline. A standard network protocol (TCP/IP) should be in

service for direct connect to the pipeline designated site by