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Deposit Insurance Coverage
"Job-Aid" CD-ROM on Deposit Insurance Coverage for Bank Employees
FIL-10-2005
February 15, 2005


Summary: The FDIC has produced a CD-ROM called Inventory of Deposit Insurance Guidance (IDIG) to serve as a “job aid” for bank employees by compiling – in one location – an inventory of all deposit insurance guidance.

Highlights:
  • The FDIC's Inventory of Deposit Insurance Guidance (IDIG), which is targeted for bank employees, is now available on a CD-ROM.
  • IDIG is a resource tool primarily for bank employees who work with deposit insurance coverage issues.
  • IDIG is an electronic support system that includes the following features:
    • A searchable database of deposit insurance information categorized by topic;
    • Links to all FDIC deposit insurance publications, application tools and services;
    • Questions and answers; and
    • A glossary of terms.
  • Information on obtaining free copies of the CD-ROM is included on pages 2 and 3 of this FIL. The order form is located on the FDIC's Web site at https://vcart.velocitypayment.com/fdic/.
Continuation of FIL-10-2005

Distribution:
FDIC-Insured Institutions

Suggested Routing:
Chief Executive Officer
Compliance Officer
Training Officers

Related Topics:
FDIC Deposit Insurance Regulations 12 C.F.R. 330

Contact:
FDIC Call Center: 1-877-275-3342

Printable Format:
FIL-10-2005 - PDF 59k (PDF Help)

Note:
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Financial Institution Letters
FIL-10-2005
February 15, 2005

Deposit Insurance Coverage
"Job-Aid" CD-ROM on Deposit Insurance Coverage for Bank Employees

The FDIC has produced a CD-ROM called Inventory of Deposit Insurance Guidance (IDIG) to serve as a “job aid” for bank employees by compiling – in one location – an inventory of all deposit insurance guidance.

The FDIC developed the CD-ROM as a resource tool primarily for bank employees who work with deposit insurance coverage issues. The job aid will provide timely access to information, resources, tools, and questions and answers regarding deposit insurance coverage so that bank employees can respond more quickly and accurately to their customers. For bankers who do not have access to the Internet, this job aid can be operated using a stand-alone computer.

IDIG is an electronic support system that includes a searchable database of deposit insurance information categorized by topic. It has links to all FDIC deposit insurance publications, application tools and services. The job aid also has a detailed list of questions and answers and an “A to Z” glossary of terms.

Obtaining Copies from the FDIC

The FDIC will provide insured banks and savings associations with copies of the CD-ROM at no charge. To place an order for the CD-ROM, complete and submit the order form located on the FDIC's Web site at https://vcart.velocitypayment.com/fdic/. Please allow four to six weeks for delivery.

Using the order form on the FDIC's Web site will ensure the fastest delivery of your order. If your institution does not have access to the Internet, orders may be faxed or mailed to the FDIC:

FAX:

FDIC Public Information Center
202-416-2111

Or write to:

801 17th Street, N.W. , Room 100
Washington , D.C. 20434

Orders submitted by FAX or mail should be written on your institution's letterhead and include a contact name, a telephone number where the contact may be reached, the title of the CD-ROM requested, and the number of copies requested.

Reproduction of CD-ROM

Financial institutions may reproduce the CD-ROM, Inventory of Deposit Insurance Guidance, without permission from the FDIC, provided it is reproduced in its entirety.

For more information about this CD-ROM, please contact the FDIC's Call Center toll-free at 1-877-275-3342.

Michael J. Zamorski
Director
Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection



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