How to read the raw TaxWare Enterprise TWE and SUT data file for GeoTAX and Spectrum Enterprise Tax Module

Systems affected: Spectrum™ Technology Platform, GeoTAX® Premium 
The raw TaxWare Enterprise TWE database file is entitled TWEseq.  Opening TWEseq in a text editor shows a series of numeric characters.  

Below is an example of an entry in the TWEseq file:
 
250170006194630000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000015929
 
The first two characters indicate State FIPS code. 
The next three characters indicate County FIPS code.  
The next nine character indicate a GNIS value.  
The characters beyond the first three sections refer to Special Purpose Tax Districts (SPD) codes of which there are ten sets of five digit codes.  The above example does not have any SPD values.
The final set of characters refer to the GeoTAXKey.  In the example above, 15929 
is the GeoTAXKey value.

The raw Sales and Use Tax SUT database file is entitled SUTseq.  Opening SUTseq in a text editor shows a series of numeric characters.  

Below is an example of an entry in the SUTseq file:

2501059015002378178NORTH AMHERST             00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000220105901

The first two characters indicate State FIPS code.  
The next five characters indicate ZIP code. 
The next three characters indicate County FIPS code.  
The next nine characters indicate a GNIS value.  
The next twenty six characters indicate a City name.
The characters beyond the first five sections refer to Special Purpose Tax Districts (SPD) codes of which there are ten sets of five digit codes.  The above example does not have any SPD values. 

The final set of nine characters refer to the GeoTAXKey.  In the example above, 220105901 
is the GeoTAXKey value.
UPDATED:  October 9, 2019