Codelists

Some schema fields refer to codelists, to limit and standardize the possible values of the fields, in order to promote data interoperability.

Codelists can either be open or closed. Closed codelists are intended to be comprehensive; for example, the currency codelist covers all currencies in the world. Open codelists are intended to be representative, but not comprehensive.

Publishers must use the codes in the codelists, unless no code is appropriate. If no code is appropriate and the codelist is open, then a publisher may use a new code outside those in the codelist. If no code is appropriate and the codelist is closed, then a publisher is encouraged to create an issue in the OCDS GitHub repository about adding a new code.

Extending open codelists

If you use new codes outside those in an open codelist, please document the codes in an OCDS extension and in your publication policy. Please also create an issue in the OCDS GitHub repository, so that the codes can be considered for inclusion in the codelist.

The release schema, in JSON Schema, has a codelist property to indicate the CSV File that defines the codes in the codelist (shown as tables below). It also has an openCodelist property, to indicate whether the codelist is open or closed.

Codes are case-sensitive, and are generally provided as English language camelCase. Codes must not be translated, though the OCDS team will work with publishers to translate code titles and definitions.

Open Codelists

Party Role

The organizations, economic operators or other participants in a contracting process are listed in the parties section. A single party can have one or more roles in the contracting process.

Code

Title

Description

buyer

Buyer

A buyer is an entity whose budget will be used to pay for goods, works or services related to a contract.

procuringEntity

Procuring entity

The entity managing the procurement. This can be different from the buyer who pays for, or uses, the items being procured.

supplier

Supplier

An entity awarded or contracted to provide goods, works or services.

tenderer

Tenderer

All entities who submit a tender.

funder

Funder

The funder is an entity providing money or finance for this contracting process.

enquirer

Enquirer

A party who has made an enquiry during the enquiry phase of a contracting process.

payer

Payer

A party making a payment from a transaction.

payee

Payee

A party in receipt of a payment from a transaction.

reviewBody

Review body

A party responsible for the review of this procurement process. This party often has a role in any challenges made to the contract award.

interestedParty

Interested party

A party that has expressed an interest in the contracting process: for example, by purchasing tender documents or submitting clarification questions.

Item Classification Scheme

Items should be classified using existing item classification schemes, such as the EC Common Procurement Vocabulary (CPV).

The itemClassificationScheme codelist is referenced by the scheme field of the Classification object, which can be used in multiple contexts. You can find the codes relevant to a given context by filtering the codelist by its Category column.

Code

Title

Description

Source

Category

CPV

EC Common Procurement Vocabulary

The Common Procurement Vocabulary is a standard adopted by the Commission of the European Community, and consisting of a main vocabulary for defining the subject of a contract, and a supplementary vocabulary for adding further qualitative information. The main vocabulary, identified in OCDS by the code CPV, is based on a tree structure comprising codes of up to 9 digits (an 8 digit code plus a check digit) associated with a wording that describes the type of goods, works or services forming the subject of the contract. Codes may be provided with or without the check digit, and consuming applications ought to be aware of this when processing data with CPV codes.

https://simap.ted.europa.eu/web/simap/cpv

item

CPVS

EC Common Procurement Vocabulary - Supplementary Codelists

The Common Procurement Vocabulary is a standard adopted by the Commission of the European Community, and consisting of a main vocabulary for defining the subject of a contract, and a supplementary vocabulary for adding further qualitative information. The supplementary vocabulary, identified in OCDS by the code CPVS, is made up of an alphanumeric code with a corresponding wording allowing further details to be added regarding the specific nature or destination of the goods to be purchased.

https://simap.ted.europa.eu/web/simap/cpv

item

GSIN

Goods and Services Identification Number

The Canadian federal government uses Goods and Services Identification Number (GSIN) codes to identify generic product descriptions for its procurement activities. The full list is published and maintained at buyandsell.gc.ca

https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/goods-and-services-identification-number

item

UNSPSC

United Nations Standard Products and Services Code

The United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) is a hierarchical convention that is used to classify all products and services.

https://www.unspsc.org/codeset-downloads

item

CPC

Central Product Classification

The Central Product Classification (CPC) is a product classification for goods and services promulgated by the United Nations Statistical Commission. It is intended to be an international standard for organizing and analyzing data on industrial production, national accounts, trade and prices.

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/cpc

item

OKDP

Russian National Classification of Products by Economic Activity (1994)

Part of the unified system of classification and coding of technical, economic and social information of the Russian Federation, in use for Russian Procurement information until January 1, 2016. Superseded by OKPD.

http://base.consultant.ru/cons/cgi/online.cgi?req=doc;base=LAW;n=143095;fld=134;from=14052-7;rnd=0.33374630799517035

item

OKPD

Russian National Classification of Products by Economic Activity (2014)

Part of the national standardization system of the Russian Federation and based on harmonization with the Statistical Classification of Products by Activity in the European Economic Community, 2008. In use from January 1 2014.

http://base.consultant.ru/cons/cgi/online.cgi?req=doc;base=LAW;n=163703;fld=134;from=170864-15;rnd=0.39699640963226557

item

CUCOP

Mexican Single Classifier of Public Procurement

The Single Classifier of Public Procurement (Clasificador Único de las Contrataciones Públicas) is a national scheme in Mexico for the classification of goods, works, services and leases.

https://sites.google.com/site/cnetcucop/

item

NAICS

North American Industry Classification System

The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is an industry classification system developed by the statistical agencies of Canada, Mexico and the United States. Created against the background of the North American Free Trade Agreement, it is designed to provide common definitions of the industrial structure of the three countries and a common statistical framework to facilitate the analysis of the three economies. NAICS is based on supply-side or production-oriented principles, to ensure that industrial data, classified to NAICS, are suitable for the analysis of production-related issues such as industrial performance.

https://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/downloadables/downloadables.html

item

PSC

Product and Service Codes

The Product and Service Codes (PSC) Manual provides codes to describe products, services, and research and development (R&D) purchased by the United States federal government. These codes indicate 'WHAT' was bought for each contract action reported in the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS).

https://www.acquisition.gov/Psc-manual

item

HS

Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System

The Harmonized System is an international nomenclature for the classification of products. It allows participating countries to classify traded goods on a common basis for customs purposes. At the international level, the Harmonized System (HS) for classifying goods is a six-digit code system.

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/tradekb/Knowledgebase/50018/Harmonized-Commodity-Description-and-Coding-Systems-HS

item

Unit Classification Scheme

Item quantities can be provided using an established codelist for units of measurement. Codelists might provide human-readable descriptions of units, or symbols for use in input and display interfaces.

Code

Title

Description

UNCEFACT

UN/CEFACT Recommendation 20

Use the common code from the latest version of the UN/CEFACT Recommendation 20 list of 'Codes for Units of Measure Used in International Trade'.

QUDT

Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Data Types Ontologies

Use the QUDT Code value.

Organization Identifier Scheme

org-id.guide

The Organization Identifier Scheme uses the codes from org-id.guide. The latest version of the codelist can be downloaded or browsed from its website.

To add new codes to the codelist, contact the OCDS Helpdesk.

Note

This list was formerly maintained by the International Aid Transparency Initiative and contained in OCDS documentation as organizationIdentifierRegistrationAgency_iati.csv. This was removed in OCDS 1.1.1.

Document Type

The following list describes documents and documentation recommended for publication as part of an open contracting implementation. The codelist indicates whether documents are considered 'basic', 'intermediate' or 'advanced', and the section of an OCDS release they are most likely to be applicable within.

The code descriptions are necessarily broad, to cover their usage in a range of contracting processes, including for goods, works and services, and in other contexts, such as public private partnerships, infrastructure or concession contracts.

Publishers must map their existing document codes to this list, where possible. If using this list within a user interface, publishers can re-write the codelist titles and descriptions appropriately for the context they are being used in.

Category

Section

Code

Title

Description

planning

plannedProcurementNotice

Notice of planned procurement

A notice published by the procuring entity regarding their plans for future procurement, also known as a prior information notice. The procuring entity can use the notice of planned procurement as a tender notice.

basic

tender

tenderNotice

Tender notice

The notice published by the procuring entity inviting interested suppliers to submit a request for participation, a bid, or both. This can be a link to a downloadable document, to a web page, or to an official gazette in which the notice is contained.

basic

award

awardNotice

Award notice

The formal notice that gives details of the contract award. This can be a link to a downloadable document, to a web page, or to an official gazette in which the notice is contained.

basic

contract

contractNotice

Contract notice

The formal notice that gives details of a contract being signed and valid to start implementation. This can be a link to a downloadable document, to a web page, or to an official gazette in which the notice is contained.

basic

implementation

completionCertificate

Completion certificate

A completion certificate issued by a relevant authority providing evidence that works were completed to a certain level of quality. Completion certificates might only be relevant for particular kinds of contracting processes.

basic

planning

procurementPlan

Procurement plan

Documentation that sets out the basis for this particular contracting process.

basic

tender

biddingDocuments

Bidding documents

Documentation for potential suppliers, describing the goals of the contract (e.g. goods and services to be procured), and the bidding process.

basic

tender

technicalSpecifications

Technical specifications

Tendering requirements that: lay down the characteristics of goods or services to be procured, including quality, performance, safety and dimensions, or the processes and methods for their production or provision; or address terminology, symbols, packaging, marking or labelling requirements, as they apply to a good or service.

basic

tender

evaluationCriteria

Evaluation criteria

Documentation on how bids will be evaluated.

intermediate

tender

evaluationReports

Evaluation report

Documentation on the evaluation of the bids and the application of the evaluation criteria, including the justification for the award.

intermediate

tender, award

contractDraft

Contract draft

A draft or pro-forma copy of the contract.

intermediate

contract

contractSigned

Signed contract

A copy of the signed contract. Consider providing both machine-readable (e.g. original PDF, Word or Open Document format files), and a separate document entry for scanned-signed pages where this is needed.

intermediate

tender, award, contract

contractArrangements

Arrangements for ending contract

Documentation of the arrangements for ending the contract(s).

intermediate

tender, award, contract

contractSchedule

Contract schedules

Any document which contains additional terms, obligations or information related to the contract, such as a schedule, appendix, annex, attachment or addendum.

intermediate

implementation

physicalProgressReport

Physical progress reports

Documentation on the status of implementation, usually against key milestones.

intermediate

implementation

financialProgressReport

Financial progress reports

Documentation providing dates and amounts of stage payments made (against total amount) and the source of those payments, including cost overruns, if any. Structured versions of this information can be provided through contract implementation transactions.

intermediate

implementation

finalAudit

Final audit

Documentation of a final audit carried out at the end of contract implementation.

intermediate

tender

hearingNotice

Public hearing notice

Documentation of any public hearings that took place as part of the planning for this contracting process.

intermediate

planning

marketStudies

Market studies

Documentation of any market studies that took place as part of the planning for this contracting process.

intermediate

tender

eligibilityCriteria

Eligibility criteria

Detailed documents about the eligibility of bidders.

intermediate

tender

clarifications

Clarifications to bidders questions

Documentation that provides replies to issues raised in pre-bid conferences or an enquiry processes.

intermediate

tender

shortlistedFirms

Shortlisted firms

Documentation providing information on shortlisted firms. Structured versions of this information can be provided using the bids extension.

advanced

planning, implementation

environmentalImpact

Environmental impact

Documentation of assessments of the environmental impacts (e.g. impacts on flora, fauna & woodlands, areas of natural beauty, carbon emissions etc.) and mitigation measures (e.g. pollution control, low carbon solutions, sustainable timber etc.) for the contracting process.

advanced

planning

assetAndLiabilityAssessment

Assessment of government's assets and liabilities

Documentation covering assessments of the government's assets and liabilities related to this contracting process.

advanced

planning

riskProvisions

Provisions for management of risks and liabilities

Documentation covering how risks will be managed as part of this contracting process.

advanced

award

winningBid

Winning bid

Documentation of the winning bid, including, wherever applicable, a full copy of the proposal received.

advanced

tender, award

complaints

Complaints and decisions

Documentation of any complaints received, or decisions in response to complaints.

advanced

contract

contractAnnexe

Annexes to the contract

Copies of annexes and other supporting documentation related to the contract.

advanced

tender, contract

contractGuarantees

Guarantees

Documentation of guarantees relating to a contracting process or contract.

advanced

contract

subContract

Subcontracts

Documentation detailing subcontracts and/or providing a copy of subcontracts themselves. Where OCDS data on the subcontracts exists, this can be declared using the relatedProcess block.

advanced

planning

needsAssessment

Needs assessment

Documentation of the needs assessments carried out for this contracting process addressing demand for the project or investment from the affected communities or users.

advanced

planning

feasibilityStudy

Feasibility study

Documentation of feasibility studies carried out for this contracting process, providing information on net benefits or costs of the proposed goods, works or services.

advanced

planning

projectPlan

Project plan

Documentation of project planning for this contracting process, and, where applicable, a copy of the project plan document.

advanced

tender

billOfQuantity

Bill of quantity

Documentation that provides itemized information on materials, parts and labour, and the terms and conditions for their provision, providing information that would enable bidders to price work effectively. Structured versions of item and quantity information at each of tender, award and contract stage can be provided using units within the items building block.

advanced

tender, bidder

bidders

Information on bidders

Documentation on bidders or participants, their validation documents and any procedural exemptions for which they qualify.

advanced

tender, award, contract, implementation

conflictOfInterest

Conflict of interest

Documentation of conflicts of interest declared or uncovered.

advanced

implementation

debarments

Debarments

Documentation of any debarments issued.

advanced

tender, bid, contract, implementation

illustration

Illustrations

Images intended to provide supporting information. The URL for images should be directly to an image file that applications can display as part of a gallery of images. At the tender stage, images can be illustrations of goods, works or services needed or for sale. At the implementation stage, images can be illustrations or visual evidence of physical progress.

advanced

bid, award, contract

submissionDocuments

Bid submission documents

Documentation submitted by a bidder as part of their proposal.

advanced

contract

contractSummary

Contract summary

Documentation providing an overview of the key terms and sections of the contract. Commonly used for large and complex contracts.

advanced

tender, award, contract, implementation

cancellationDetails

Cancellation details

Documentation of the arrangements, or reasons, for cancellation of a contracting process, award or specific contract.

Award Criteria

The award criteria codelist describes the basis on which contract awards will be made.

Note

This codelist was revised in OCDS 1.1, deprecating earlier codes and introducing a new set of codelist entries. Publishers ought to review the mapping from their internal systems to this updated list of award criteria.

Code

Title

Description

Deprecated

priceOnly

Price only

The award will be made to the qualified bid with the lowest price.

costOnly

Cost only

The award will be made to the qualified bid demonstrating the lowest overall cost. A cost assessment could cover the entire monetary implications of the proposal, including the price paid to the supplier and the running costs, switching costs or other non-price costs of choosing a particular option.

qualityOnly

Quality only

The award will be made to the qualified bid demonstrating the highest quality against some assessment method. The price is either fixed, or with a maximum set and price factors not included in the evaluation.

ratedCriteria

Rated criteria

The award will be made to the qualified bid demonstrating the highest score against a set of weighted criteria such as price, cost and quality (including, for example, the environmental and social impact of the procurement). Structured information on individual qualifying criteria can be provided with the requirements extension.

lowestCost

Lowest cost

This code has been deprecated. Please choose from one of the other codes.

1.1

bestProposal

Best proposal

This code has been deprecated. Please choose from one of the other codes.

1.1

bestValueToGovernment

Best value to government

This code has been deprecated. 'Rated criteria' is a likely alternatives for most procedures formerly mapped to this code.

1.1

singleBidOnly

Single bid only

This code has been deprecated. Please choose from one of the other codes.

1.1

Submission Method

The submission method codelist is used to identify the mechanism through which a submission can be made.

Code

Title

Description

electronicSubmission

Electronic submission

Bids will be received through an electronic procurement platform.

electronicAuction

Electronic auction

Bids will be received through an electronic auction platform.

written

Written

Bids will be received via written documents, delivered as hard copies, via generic e-mail systems, or some similar mechanism.

inPerson

In person

Bids will only be received if they are hand delivered at the time and place specified in submissionMethodDetails or attached documentation.

Milestone Type

The milestone block can be used to represent a wide variety of events in the lifetime of a contracting process. The milestone type codelist is used to indicate the nature of each milestone.

Code

Title

Description

preProcurement

Pre-procurement milestones

For events during the planning or pre-procurement phase of a process, such as the preparation of key studies.

approval

Approval milestones

For events such as the sign-off of a contract or project.

engagement

Engagement milestones

For engagement milestones, such as a public hearing.

assessment

Assessment milestones

For assessment and adjudication milestones, such as the meeting date of a committee.

delivery

Delivery milestones

For delivery milestones, such as the date when a good or service is to be provided.

reporting

Reporting milestones

For reporting milestones, such as when key reports are to be provided.

financing

Financing milestones

For events related to the funding of the contracting process. In public-private partnerships, such events might include, for example, planned payments and equity transfers.

payment

Payment milestones

For payment milestones, such as the date when a payment is expected to be made to a supplier. If the status of a contract's payment milestone is 'met', then the contract ought to have an entry for the payment under its implementation.transactions.

Extended Procurement Category

The extended procurement category codelist is used to provide additional detail about the focus of a contracting process.

Code

Title

Description

goods

Goods and supplies

This contracting process involves physical or electronic goods or supplies.

works

Works

This contracting process involves construction, repair, rehabilitation, demolition, restoration or maintenance of some asset or infrastructure.

services

Services

This contracting process involves professional services of some form, generally contracted for on the basis of measurable outputs or deliverables. When the consultingServices code is also available or in use for data from a particular dataset, the service code must only be used for non-consulting services.

consultingServices

Consulting services

This contracting process involves professional services provided on a consultancy basis.

Closed Codelists

Release Tag

A contracting process can result in a number of releases of information over time. These must be tagged to indicate the stage of the contracting process they relate to.

Code

Title

Description

planning

Planning

A contracting process is proposed or planned. Information in the tender section describes the proposed process. The tender.status field should be used to identify whether the planning is at an early pipeline stage, or whether there are detailed plans for a tender developed.

planningUpdate

Planning update

Details of a proposed or planned contracting process are being updated. This might include addition of information and documents from consultation engagement activities, revised details or timelines for a proposed contracting process, or a tender.status update to indicate that a pipeline proposal has been withdrawn.

tender

Tender

Providing information about a new tender (call for proposals) process. Tender release should contain details of the goods or services being sought.

tenderAmendment

Tender amendment

An amendment to an existing tender release. There should be at least one tender release with the same ocid, but an earlier release date, before a tenderAmendment is published. The term amendment has legal meaning in many jurisdictions.

tenderUpdate

Tender update

An update to an existing tender release. There should be at least one tender release with the same ocid, but an earlier release date, before a tenderUpdate is published. An update may add new information or make corrections to prior published information. It should not be used for formal legal amendments to a tender, for which the tenderAmendment tag should be used.

tenderCancellation

Tender cancellation

The cancellation of an existing tender. There should be at least one release with the same ocid, but an earlier release date, which provides details of the tender being cancelled.

award

Award

Providing information about the award of a contract. One or more award sections will be present, and the tender section might be populated with details of the process leading up to the award.

awardUpdate

Award update

An update to an existing award release. There should be at least one award release with the same ocid, but an earlier release date before an awardUpdate is published. An update may add new information or make corrections.

awardCancellation

Award cancellation

Providing information about the cancellation of an award.

contract

Contract

Providing information about the details of a contract that has been, or will be, entered into. The tender section might be populated with details of the process leading up to the contract, and the award section might contain details of the award on the basis of which this contract will be signed.

contractUpdate

Contract update

Providing information about updates to a contract. There should be at least one contract release with the same ocid, but an earlier release date, before a contractUpdate is published. An update may add new information or make corrections to prior published information. It should not be used for formal legal amendments to a contract, for which the contractAmendment tag should be used.

contractAmendment

Contract amendment

An amendment to an existing contract release. There should be at least one contract release with the same ocid, but an earlier release date, before a contractAmendment is published. The term amendment has legal meaning in many jurisdictions.

implementation

Implementation

Providing new information on the implementation of a contracting process.

implementationUpdate

Implementation update

Updating existing information provided about the implementation of a contracting process.

contractTermination

Contract termination

Providing information at the end of a contracting process.

compiled

Compiled record

This tag is used only in compiled records, which have merged together multiple releases to provide a snapshot view of the contract, and a version history.

Initiation Type

Contracting processes can be formed under a number of different processes. Currently, only 'tender' is supported in this codelist. Future versions of the standard might support other initiation types. The initiation type is used to provide information to consuming applications on the different blocks of data and releases they can expect from a contracting process.

Code

Title

Description

tender

Tender

An open competitive bidding or tendering to form contracts. The process generally involves publicly inviting prospective contractors to submit bids for evaluation and selecting a winner or winners.

Tender Status

The tender.status field is used to indicate the current status of a tender process. The following options are available:

Code

Title

Description

planning

Planning

A future contracting process is being considered. Early information about the process can be provided in the tender section. A process with this status might provide information on early engagement or consultation opportunities, during which the details of a subsequent tender can be shaped.

planned

Planned

A contracting process is scheduled, but is not yet taking place. Details of the anticipated dates can be provided in the tender block.

active

Active

A tender process is currently taking place.

cancelled

Cancelled

The tender process has been cancelled.

unsuccessful

Unsuccessful

The tender process was unsuccessful.

complete

Complete

The tender process is complete.

withdrawn

Withdrawn

No further information on this process is available under this ocid.

Note

The 'planning' status was introduced in version 1.1.

Method

A contracting process aims to fulfill the requirements identified at the planning stage. The procurement method is the procedure used to purchase the relevant works, goods or services. The method codelist draws upon the definitions of open, selective and limited provided by the WTO Government Procurement Agreement, and adds an additional 'direct' code for awards without competition.

Code

Title

Description

open

Open

All interested suppliers can submit a tender.

selective

Selective

Only qualified suppliers are invited to submit a tender.

limited

Limited

The procuring entity contacts a number of suppliers of its choice.

direct

Direct

The contract is awarded to a single supplier without competition.

Note: The 'direct' code was introduced in Version 1.1. Publishers who completed a codelist mapping prior to 1.1 might have included direct procurement within limited, and ought to review their mappings.

Procurement Category

The procurement category codelist is used to indicate the primary focus of a contracting process. Where a contracting process covers more than one of the options below, publishers should use the additionalProcurementCategories field with an array of entries from the open extendedProcurementCategory codelist.

Code

Title

Description

goods

Goods and supplies

The primary object of this contracting process involves physical or electronic goods or supplies.

works

Works

The primary object of this contracting process involves construction, repair, rehabilitation, demolition, restoration or maintenance of some asset or infrastructure.

services

Services

The primary object of this contracting process involves professional services of some form, generally contracted for on the basis of measurable outputs or deliverables.

Award Status

An award moves through multiple states. Releases over time can update the status of an award.

Code

Title

Description

pending

Pending

This award has been proposed, but is not yet in force. This can be due to a cooling off period, or some other process.

active

Active

This award has been made, and is currently in force.

cancelled

Cancelled

This award has been cancelled.

unsuccessful

Unsuccessful

This award could not be successfully made. If items or supplier details are included within the award section, then these narrow the scope of the unsuccessful award (i.e. the award of noted items, or an award to the noted supplier, was unsuccessful, but there can be other successful awards for different items listed in the tender, or to different suppliers).

The awardStatus field and codelist is used to indicate when a tender did not result in an award (through the "awardStatus":"unsuccessful" value)

Contract Status

Contracts can move through multiple states. Releases over time can update the status of a contract.

Code

Title

Description

pending

Pending

This contract has been proposed, but is not yet in force. It might be awaiting signature.

active

Active

This contract has been signed by all the parties, and is now legally in force.

cancelled

Cancelled

This contract has been cancelled prior to being signed.

terminated

Terminated

This contract was signed and in force, and has now come to a close. This might be due to the successful completion of the contract, or might be early termination due to some non-completion.

Milestone Status

Code

Title

Description

scheduled

Scheduled

This milestone has been scheduled for the date in milestone.dueDate. Progress towards the milestone has not yet been evaluated as of milestone.dateModified.

met

Met

This milestone has been achieved. The date on which it was met should be placed in the milestone.dateMet field.

notMet

Not met

This milestone had not been met at the date it was last reviewed (see milestone.dateModified).

partiallyMet

Partially met

This milestone was judged to have been partially met at the date it was last reviewed (see milestone.dateModified).

Currency

The currency for each amount must be specified using the uppercase 3-letter currency code from ISO4217.

Code

Title

Valid Until

AED

UAE Dirham

AFN

Afghani

ALL

Lek

AMD

Armenian Dram

ANG

Netherlands Antillean Guilder

AOA

Kwanza

ARS

Argentine Peso

AUD

Australian Dollar

AWG

Aruban Florin

AZN

Azerbaijan Manat

BAM

Convertible Mark

BBD

Barbados Dollar

BDT

Taka

BGN

Bulgarian Lev

BHD

Bahraini Dinar

BIF

Burundi Franc

BMD

Bermudian Dollar

BND

Brunei Dollar

BOB

Boliviano

BOV

Mvdol

BRL

Brazilian Real

BSD

Bahamian Dollar

BTN

Ngultrum

BWP

Pula

BYN

Belarusian Ruble

BZD

Belize Dollar

CAD

Canadian Dollar

CDF

Congolese Franc

CHE

WIR Euro

CHF

Swiss Franc

CHW

WIR Franc

CLF

Unidad de Fomento

CLP

Chilean Peso

CNY

Yuan Renminbi

COP

Colombian Peso

COU

Unidad de Valor Real

CRC

Costa Rican Colon

CUC

Peso Convertible

CUP

Cuban Peso

CVE

Cabo Verde Escudo

CZK

Czech Koruna

DJF

Djibouti Franc

DKK

Danish Krone

DOP

Dominican Peso

DZD

Algerian Dinar

EGP

Egyptian Pound

ERN

Nakfa

ETB

Ethiopian Birr

EUR

Euro

FJD

Fiji Dollar

FKP

Falkland Islands Pound

GBP

Pound Sterling

GEL

Lari

GHS

Ghana Cedi

GIP

Gibraltar Pound

GMD

Dalasi

GNF

Guinean Franc

GTQ

Quetzal

GYD

Guyana Dollar

HKD

Hong Kong Dollar

HNL

Lempira

HRK

Kuna

HTG

Gourde

HUF

Forint

IDR

Rupiah

ILS

New Israeli Sheqel

INR

Indian Rupee

IQD

Iraqi Dinar

IRR

Iranian Rial

ISK

Iceland Krona

JMD

Jamaican Dollar

JOD

Jordanian Dinar

JPY

Yen

KES

Kenyan Shilling

KGS

Som

KHR

Riel

KMF

Comorian Franc

KPW

North Korean Won

KRW

Won

KWD

Kuwaiti Dinar

KYD

Cayman Islands Dollar

KZT

Tenge

LAK

Lao Kip

LBP

Lebanese Pound

LKR

Sri Lanka Rupee

LRD

Liberian Dollar

LSL

Loti

LYD

Libyan Dinar

MAD

Moroccan Dirham

MDL

Moldovan Leu

MGA

Malagasy Ariary

MKD

Denar

MMK

Kyat

MNT

Tugrik

MOP

Pataca

MRU

Ouguiya

MUR

Mauritius Rupee

MVR

Rufiyaa

MWK

Malawi Kwacha

MXN

Mexican Peso

MXV

Mexican Unidad de Inversion (UDI)

MYR

Malaysian Ringgit

MZN

Mozambique Metical

NAD

Namibia Dollar

NGN

Naira

NIO

Cordoba Oro

NOK

Norwegian Krone

NPR

Nepalese Rupee

NZD

New Zealand Dollar

OMR

Rial Omani

PAB

Balboa

PEN

Sol

PGK

Kina

PHP

Philippine Peso

PKR

Pakistan Rupee

PLN

Zloty

PYG

Guarani

QAR

Qatari Rial

RON

Romanian Leu

RSD

Serbian Dinar

RUB

Russian Ruble

RWF

Rwanda Franc

SAR

Saudi Riyal

SBD

Solomon Islands Dollar

SCR

Seychelles Rupee

SDG

Sudanese Pound

SEK

Swedish Krona

SGD

Singapore Dollar

SHP

Saint Helena Pound

SLL

Leone

SOS

Somali Shilling

SRD

Surinam Dollar

SSP

South Sudanese Pound

STN

Dobra

SVC

El Salvador Colon

SYP

Syrian Pound

SZL

Lilangeni

THB

Baht

TJS

Somoni

TMT

Turkmenistan New Manat

TND

Tunisian Dinar

TOP

Pa’anga

TRY

Turkish Lira

TTD

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar

TWD

New Taiwan Dollar

TZS

Tanzanian Shilling

UAH

Hryvnia

UGX

Uganda Shilling

USD

US Dollar

USN

US Dollar (Next day)

UYI

Uruguay Peso en Unidades Indexadas (UI)

UYU

Peso Uruguayo

UYW

Unidad Previsional

UZS

Uzbekistan Sum

VES

Bolívar Soberano

VND

Dong

VUV

Vatu

WST

Tala

XAF

CFA Franc BEAC

XAG

Silver

XAU

Gold

XBA

Bond Markets Unit European Composite Unit (EURCO)

XBB

Bond Markets Unit European Monetary Unit (E.M.U.-6)

XBC

Bond Markets Unit European Unit of Account 9 (E.U.A.-9)

XBD

Bond Markets Unit European Unit of Account 17 (E.U.A.-17)

XCD

East Caribbean Dollar

XDR

SDR (Special Drawing Right)

XOF

CFA Franc BCEAO

XPD

Palladium

XPF

CFP Franc

XPT

Platinum

XSU

Sucre

XTS

Codes specifically reserved for testing purposes

XUA

ADB Unit of Account

XXX

The codes assigned for transactions where no currency is involved

YER

Yemeni Rial

ZAR

Rand

ZMW

Zambian Kwacha

ZWL

Zimbabwe Dollar

ADP

Andorran Peseta

2003-07

AFA

Afghani

2003-01

ALK

Old Lek

1989-12

AOK

Kwanza

1991-03

AON

New Kwanza

2000-02

AOR

Kwanza Reajustado

2000-02

ARA

Austral

1992-01

ARP

Peso Argentino

1985-07

ARY

Peso

1989/1990

ATS

Schilling

2002-03

AYM

Azerbaijan Manat

2005-10

AZM

Azerbaijanian Manat

2005-12

BAD

Dinar

1998-07

BEC

Convertible Franc

1990-03

BEF

Belgian Franc

2002-03

BEL

Financial Franc

1990-03

BGJ

Lev A/52

1989/1990

BGK

Lev A/62

1989/1990

BGL

Lev

2003-11

BOP

Peso boliviano

1987-02

BRB

Cruzeiro

1986-03

BRC

Cruzado

1989-02

BRE

Cruzeiro

1993-03

BRN

New Cruzado

1990-03

BRR

Cruzeiro Real

1994-07

BUK

Kyat

1990-02

BYB

Belarusian Ruble

2001-01

BYR

Belarusian Ruble

2017-01

CHC

WIR Franc (for electronic)

2004-11

CSD

Serbian Dinar

2006-10

CSJ

Krona A/53

1989/1990

CSK

Koruna

1993-03

CYP

Cyprus Pound

2008-01

DDM

Mark der DDR

1990-07/1990-09

DEM

Deutsche Mark

2002-03

ECS

Sucre

2000-09

ECV

Unidad de Valor Constante (UVC)

2000-09

EEK

Kroon

2011-01

ESA

Spanish Peseta

1978/1981

ESB

"A" Account (convertible Peseta Account)

1994-12

ESP

Spanish Peseta

2002-03

FIM

Markka

2002-03

FRF

French Franc

2002-03

GEK

Georgian Coupon

1995-10

GHC

Cedi

2008-01

GHP

Ghana Cedi

2007-06

GNE

Syli

1989-12

GNS

Syli

1986-02

GQE

Ekwele

1986-06

GRD

Drachma

2002-03

GWE

Guinea Escudo

1978/1981

GWP

Guinea-Bissau Peso

1997-05

HRD

Croatian Dinar

1995-01

IEP

Irish Pound

2002-03

ILP

Pound

1978/1981

ILR

Old Shekel

1989/1990

ISJ

Old Krona

1989/1990

ITL

Italian Lira

2002-03

LAJ

Pathet Lao Kip

1979-12

LSM

Loti

1985-05

LTL

Lithuanian Litas

2014-12

LTT

Talonas

1993-07

LUC

Luxembourg Convertible Franc

1990-03

LUF

Luxembourg Franc

2002-03

LUL

Luxembourg Financial Franc

1990-03

LVL

Latvian Lats

2014-01

LVR

Latvian Ruble

1994-12

MGF

Malagasy Franc

2004-12

MLF

Mali Franc

1984-11

MRO

Ouguiya

2017-12

MTL

Maltese Lira

2008-01

MTP

Maltese Pound

1983-06

MVQ

Maldive Rupee

1989-12

MXP

Mexican Peso

1993-01

MZE

Mozambique Escudo

1978/1981

MZM

Mozambique Metical

2006-06

NIC

Cordoba

1990-10

NLG

Netherlands Guilder

2002-03

PEH

Sol

1989/1990

PEI

Inti

1991-07

PES

Sol

1986-02

PLZ

Zloty

1997-01

PTE

Portuguese Escudo

2002-03

RHD

Rhodesian Dollar

1978/1981

ROK

Leu A/52

1989/1990

ROL

Old Leu

2005-06

RUR

Russian Ruble

2004-01

SDD

Sudanese Dinar

2007-07

SDP

Sudanese Pound

1998-06

SIT

Tolar

2007-01

SKK

Slovak Koruna

2009-01

SRG

Surinam Guilder

2003-12

STD

Dobra

2017-12

SUR

Rouble

1990-12

TJR

Tajik Ruble

2001-04

TMM

Turkmenistan Manat

2009-01

TPE

Timor Escudo

2002-11

TRL

Old Turkish Lira

2005-12

UAK

Karbovanet

1996-09

UGS

Uganda Shilling

1987-05

UGW

Old Shilling

1989/1990

USS

US Dollar (Same day)

2014-03

UYN

Old Uruguay Peso

1989-12

UYP

Uruguayan Peso

1993-03

VEB

Bolivar

2008-01

VEF

Bolívar

2018-08

VNC

Old Dong

1989/1990

XEU

European Currency Unit (E.C.U)

1999-01

XFO

Gold-Franc

2006-10

XFU

UIC-Franc

2013-11

XRE

RINET Funds Code

1999-11

YDD

Yemeni Dinar

1991-09

YUD

New Yugoslavian Dinar

1990-01

YUM

New Dinar

2003-07

YUN

Yugoslavian Dinar

1995-11

ZAL

Financial Rand

1995-03

ZMK

Zambian Kwacha

2012-12

ZRN

New Zaire

1999-06

ZRZ

Zaire

1994-02

ZWC

Rhodesian Dollar

1989-12

ZWD

Zimbabwe Dollar

2008-08

ZWN

Zimbabwe Dollar (new)

2006-09

ZWR

Zimbabwe Dollar

2009-06