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Introducing Fed360SM

On November 11, 2017, we announced that the Federal Reserve Banks were changing the way we deliver information to our customers. On December 1, 2017, we introduced our new twice-monthly Fed360SM publication.

Fed360 has replaced FedFocusSM and FedFlash® by combining all the great content readers have come to rely on into one all-inclusive source. Look for fresh, dynamic content related to the following categories:

  • Accounting
  • ACH
  • Bundled Solutions
  • Cash
  • Central Bank
  • Check
  • Education and Resources
  • Fed Facts
  • FedLine® Solutions
  • General
  • Industry Perspective
  • National Settlement Service
  • Risk Management
  • Securities
  • The Ops Stop
  • Treasury
  • Wires

The new publication logo, shown below, is visible in the publication header. logo


If you wish to subscribe to Fed360, you can easily sign up via the Fed’s E-Alert Notification Subscription page. To become familiar with our new publication, please view the Fed360 intro video (Off-site), as well as a series of Fed360 tutorials (Off-site). You can Email the Editor to submit questions or provide feedback about the new Fed360 publication.

New User Interface for

As a reminder, our redesigned FRBservices.orgSM website is live and ready to efficiently deliver the information you need. Take a look and discover:

  • A new user interface – featuring a mobile-friendly design
  • Reorganized content – accessible from drop-down menus and links in the footer
  • Application Sign In – easy access located in top, horizontal navigation
  • E-Payments Routing Directory – front and center on the home page 
  • Service Status – new, color-coded format
  • Communications – where you’ll find all the latest news 
  • Fed contacts – just a click away

Please note that you’ll need to delete your old bookmarks and create new ones that point to the new URLs.

To become familiar with the new navigation, please review the Sitemap and view the intro video (Off-site). An online feedback form (Off-site) is available to submit questions or provide feedback about the redesign of

New Look for Communications

As you can see from the letterhead above, communications and materials from the Federal Reserve Banks now feature a new logo. logo


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