Published April 1, 2010 | April 2010 issue
On January 25, the Federal Reserve System (FRS) unveiled Electronic Applications (E-Apps), a web-based tool that allows banking organizations supervised by the FRS to submit regulatory filings, directly or through their authorized representatives, via the Internet. As an alternative to paper submissions, E-Apps provides convenience and cost savings. There are no fees associated with using E-Apps, although users must comply with FRS security requirements.
More information about E-Apps, including user aids to assist in the filing process, is available at www.federalreserve.gov/bankinforeg/eapps.htm. E-Apps experts at each Federal Reserve Bank are available to answer questions about the new tool. To contact an expert at the Minneapolis Fed, call 612-204-5500.