The Ops Stop provides your organization with a one-stop shop full of helpful operational resources offered by the Federal Reserve Banks. For this installment of the series, we are featuring a resource that can help you and others in your organization stay informed of the latest Federal Reserve Bank Services news and service offerings through E-Alerts and Fed360®.

Through the E-Alert Notification Subscription page, you can quickly and easily sign up for a wide range of communications and alerts from the Federal Reserve Banks. Signing up for our E-Alerts will help ensure you receive information on our services electronically as soon as they are available.

Some of the news and service offerings available for subscription through E-Alerts include:

Additionally, the E-Alert Notification Subscription page allows you to subscribe to Fed360. Encourage others at your organization to sign up so they can receive future issues of the publication.

How do I sign up?

From the E-Alert Notification Subscription page, just follow the steps below to sign up:

  1. Enter your email address in the box provided and click “Submit.”
  2. You should then receive an email to the address you entered.
  3. This email will contain all of the items to which you are currently subscribed and will show them as marked with a checkmark. If you do not see any checkmarks, that means you currently do not have any subscriptions.
  4. To modify your subscription preferences, click the “Manage Subscriptions” link at the bottom of the email.
  5. The “Manage Your Subscriptions” page will then provide you with the ability to update your personal information and edit the items to which you are subscribed.
  6. After editing your information or signing up for any new subscriptions, click “Submit.”
  7. You will then receive a new email confirming your updated list of subscribed items.

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Our communications are delivered to your inbox from, so make sure that you and staff across your organization add this email domain to your safe senders list.