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Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB)

A Multiyear Conversion Effort is Underway to Replace IESUB with the Reporting Central Application

The Federal Reserve continues the multi-year initiative to transition reports, both those currently available via Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) and new reports, to the Reporting Central application, which launched in March 2012.

The Reporting Central application provides a more secure, technically advanced and efficient system that serves as a single point of entry for Federal Reserve, Federal Financial Institution Examination Council (FFIEC) and Treasury electronic reports submission and file uploads. Organizations will access Reporting Central via the FedLine Web® access solution to submit report data and access electronic reporting applications, report forms and instructions.

The links below provide more information about this conversion effort:

IESUB System

Now you can submit your regulatory and statistical reports to the Federal Reserve through the Web. Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) is fast, easy to use and secure. IESUB offers a convenient alternative for reporting your data. This means you can submit reports quickly and easily via data entry, spreadsheet or file transfer.

Reports Available via IESUB include: Reports via File Transfer, and Reports via Data Entry or Spreadsheet File Transfer. New reports and features will continue to be added. When using IESUB, your data will be validated, and you will receive confirmation that your report has been received by the Federal Reserve.

Take a simulated Test Drive (PDF) (Accessible Version) of an IESUB submission of the FR 2900 report.

Discover how IESUB can benefit your financial institution:

  • Checks validity
  • Submits reports for multiple financial institutions
  • Eliminates paper and fax
  • Confirms receipt
  • Secure
  • User friendly
User Guides

A set of User Guides has been developed to provide the required file formats for submitting reports via IESUB, demonstrate how a reporting institution can create the file from a spreadsheet and information to assist reporting institutions in resolving problems they might have when submitting the spreadsheet file.


To submit statistical and regulatory reports to your local Federal Reserve Bank using IESUB, you must:

To ensure the confidentiality of your data and authenticity of the reporter, the IESUB system uses:

  • A unique user ID and password that you control. If you forget your password, your local Reserve Bank can quickly issue a replacement.
  • 128-bit secure sockets layer (SSL) encryption.
  • Server-side digital certificate. This certificate authenticates that the website to which you are transmitting data is the Federal Reserve’s site.

Before you can begin submitting statistical and regulatory reports via IESUB, complete the User Request Form (PDF) and forward it to your local Reporting and Reserves District Contact. The User Request Form must be signed by an authorized signatory at your institution. Once this form has been signed and returned, we will send you a user ID and password for each authorized staff member, the IESUB website address and the effective date of the security authorization.

Once you are registered for this service, you can simply sign on to the IESUB website. Then, either key in your data or use the file transfer option to transmit your data in one of two specified file formats.

We're Here to Help

Federal Reserve Bank staff is prepared to assist you throughout the entire transition process. Please contact your local Reporting and Reserves District Contact with questions regarding these upcoming changes. Please send general questions about the Reporting Central application transition process to NY.REPORTINGCENTRALCOMMUNICATION@NY.FRB.ORG. For assistance with setting up access to the Reporting Central application via the FedLine Web access solution, contact the Federal Reserve’s Customer Contact Center.

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