Does anyone know what (Succeeded Agency) means. I see it on myturbo site?

I checked on the new My Turbo refund status site and it shows the breakdown of when I filed, when it was accepted and then states when it was to (Succeeded Agency) with a date next to it. What the heck does that mean?
    Just got off the phone with turbotax after 37 mins on hold. It basically means that your return was successfully sent from TT to the IRS on whatever date they sent it. Most of us had it held up due to the education credits
    • Does that mean it was accepted
    • It was acknowledged that you sent your return.  And if you had to pay a fee, for filing, that was accepted.  Some people have to pay a fee to file thier taxes.
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