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Saturday, April 1, 2000

Fed Enhances Electronic Data Reporting

The Fed has added new features to its Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) web site. Depository institutions now can load data for the FR 2900 "Report of Transaction Accounts, Other Deposits and Vault Cash" from their spreadsheet files directly to the web page.

This change eliminates the need to re-enter the information. Institutions can also add specific remarks about the data submission or give feedback about the web site.

To sign up for Internet reporting or learn more about the enhancements, contact Robin Miller at (314) 444-8554, or by e-mail at

Revised Services Directory Available

The recently revised Directory of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis is now available. This publication gives an up-to-date listing of frequently contacted departments, staff members and phone numbers at all Eighth District offices. To order copies of the directory, call Tracie Mueller at (314) 444-8810.

New Online Community Affairs Resources

Two new System web sites offer quick access to a variety of community development information.

The Consumer and Economic Development Research and Information Center (CEDRIC) provides information related to consumer, community and economic development issues nationwide. CEDRIC also offers links to regional resources, such as research articles, working papers, data sources and Fed publications.


1st Source, developed by the Kansas City Fed, connects users with resources for financing affordable housing, business development, community infrastructure and agribusiness. Based on project information provided by the user, 1st Source locates grant and loan programs and other resources. If a program looks promising, users can contact the agency through the Internet link, telephone number or address listed.