Nombre de pièces arrivées en 2015, Il s’agit de l’ensemble des pièces arrivées liées à la gestion des dossiers allocataires, quel que soit le domaine (PF, AS, contentieux, etc.) et le lieu de réception (service courrier, guichets, centres extérieurs, pres

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Open Data Fournie par l'administration et des institutions françaises, Caisse Nationale des Allocations familiales , Nombre de pièces arrivées en 2015, Il s’agit de l’ensemble des pièces arrivées liées à la gestion des dossiers allocataires, quel que soit le domaine (PF, AS, contentieux, etc.) et le lieu de réception (service courrier, guichets, centres extérieurs, prestataires, etc.) .Doivent être comptées l’ensemble des pièces de l’ensemble des courriers, quel que soit le support (papier, fax, courrier électronique, etc), son mode de traitement (masse ou flux), le (ou les) service(s) destinataire(s) (Prestations Familiales, Action Sociale, Contentieux …) et le lieu de réception (service courrier, guichets de la caisse, centres extérieurs de la caisse, centre informatique ou prestataire de service pour le compte de la caisse), qu’elles soient enregistrées ou non par SDP...Seules les pièces arrivant de l'extérieur (flux entrants) et les flux internes générant une charge doivent être comptés, les flux sortants ne doivent pas être comptés...La définition de courrier suit la convention adoptée dans SDP : un courrier comptabilisé par SDP correspond à l’ensemble des pièces arrivées le même jour pour un même allocataire (matricule identique). ..Cet indicateur ne constitue qu’un élément partiel de l’appréciation de la charge dans la mesure où le traitement d’une pièce peut être plus ou moins long selon le type de pièce concerné...Dans cet indicateur, certaines fluctuations observées mensuellement peuvent résulter d’opérations ponctuelles (arrivées de déclarations de ressources, des certificats de scolarité, campagnes d’information locale, activités particulières d’action sociale, etc..)...La comptabilisation au mois le mois des pièces réceptionnées par des prestataires de service peut s’avérer difficile. La caisse communiquera leur chiffrage dès qu’elle en aura connaissance et un recyclage mensuel affecté au(x) mois indiqué par elle sera réalisé...L'affectation des pièces aux différents services (Prestations Légales, Aides Financières Individuelles d’Action Sociale) s’effectue en utilisant la Corbeille électronique grâce au service distribution Corbeille. Par défaut, cette répartition est faite sur la base du service auquel sont affectées les pièces dans le répertoire des pièces SDP...Le respect des préconisations (cf. Documentations fonctionnelles de SDP) quant à l'utilisation des codes état dans SDP garantit la cohérence entre le champ défini pour l'indicateur et la réalité du calcul., Nombre de pièces arrivées en 2015

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