Geared to a Main Street audience, this e-newsletter will provide a sampling of the latest speeches, research, podcasts, videos, lesson plans and much more. Sign up now to have this emailed to you monthly at no charge.View Publication
During the last half of 2002, several innovative services became available on FedLine® for the Web:
DTF Archive: In November, the Fed implemented the Documents-To-Follow (DTF) Archive. The DTF Archive is an electronic adjustments database containing images of documents such as checks. Now, adjustment cases and all supporting documentation are stored in one location. In addition to facilitating adjustment research and resolution process online, the DTF Archive also gives web customers online access to 12 months of historical adjustment activity.
FedACH? Information Services: Introduced earlier this fall, FedACH Information Services enables institutions to track, research and account for their FedACH activity via the web. This service encompasses the information-gathering functions available on DOS-based FedLine but with greater functionality and flexibility. Navigation is improved, data are easier to find and information is accessible to more customers.
FedImage? Services: This fall, FedImage Services, a product suite that provides institutions with a total image management solution, became available in Louisville and Little Rock. In 2003, FedImage services will be rolled out in St. Louis and Memphis.
For more information on these services or FedLine for the Web, contact your account executive or visit www.frbservices.org.
"FedLine" is a registered trademark of the Federal Reserve banks.
"FedACH" and "FedImage" are service marks of the Federal Reserve banks.
Keep up with what’s new and noteworthy at the St. Louis Fed. Sign up now to have this free monthly e-newsletter emailed to you.
Fed in Print: An index of the economic research conducted by the Fed.