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Major Information Systems

Last Updated: May 14, 2020

4C (4C) – 4C provides an enterprise solution for servicing the assets obtained from failed financial institutions.

Assessment Information Management System (AIMS) – AIMS is used to calculate, invoice, and collect deposit insurance assessments from FDIC-insured financial institutions.

Advanced Legal Information System (ALIS) – ALIS is the Legal Division’s principal information system containing data related to Legal’s business functions, such as records of matters, people, organizations, events, narratives, budgets and invoices. It is a web based application that integrates the Division’s matter management, budgeting and invoices into a single application. The application also has reporting component that allows users to create standard and ad hoc reports.

Access Request and Certification Systems (ARCS) – ARCS is an implementation of SailPoint IdentityIQ. It is currently used at FDIC to manage the periodic review and recertification of users’ access to FDIC systems and resources and provides users the capability to request Active Directory (AD) Service and Privileged Accounts. ARCS is FDIC’s access provisioning system, including: user onboarding, off boarding, transfers access requests and provisioning and access reporting.

Claims Administration System (CAS) – CAS is a mission-critical system that FDIC personnel use to identify depositors’ insured and uninsured funds in failing and failed financial institutions. For every failing institution, CAS is used before the failure to estimate the amount of uninsured deposits for the least cost test. When an insured deposit transaction is the least cost resolution, CAS is used to determine the amount of the depositors’ funds that are insured and can be transferred to the acquiring institution or paid out directly to the depositor. For all failures, CAS is the system of record for the deposits of the failed institution.

Corporate Human Resources Information System (CHRIS) – CHRIS maintains current and historic personnel data regarding FDIC employees.

Failed Bank Data Services (FBDS) – FBDS project, led by the Division of Resolutions and Receiverships (DRR) Business Program Management Section (BPMS), provides the services necessary to collect and store electronically stored information (ESI) form FIs so as to ensure the FDIC’s compliance with legal and statutory requirements.

FDICconnect – FDICconnect is used to facilitate business and exchange information between FDIC and insured financial institutions. It provides a secure channel for e-business transactions with FDIC-insured financial institutions.

FFIEC Central Data Repository (FFIEC-CDR) – FFIEC-CDR collects, manages, and disseminates financial institution data. It provides a single system of record for information related to Call Report processing.

Legal Integrated Management System (LIMS) – LIMS is designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of FDIC's core legal systems by supporting legal business processes.

New Financial Environment (NFE) – NFE is an enterprise-wide, integrated system that handles the accounting and financial needs of FDIC.

Receivership Liability System (RLS) – RLS supports the closure of failed financial institutions and subsequent receivership resolution activities. It provides a central repository of claims data and assists in performing pre-closing estimates of the uninsured depositors, failed institution closures, and the subsequent claims processing and tracking.

Regional Automated Document Distribution (RADD) – RADD and imaging System encompasses the process to capture & distribute bank correspondence. Documents are scanned, indexed and filed directly into the Regional Office file rooms. Images of the documents are stored in a central repository and “distributed” to the appropriate Parties. Distributions are on the institution’s latest Case information (VISION).

Risk-Related Premium System (RRPS) – RRPS assists the FDIC in the insurance premium assessment process. This system is a record for institution risk classification and approved fund assessment rates.

Virtual Supervisory Information on the Net (ViSION) – ViSION provides automated support for many aspects of financial institution supervision, including application tracking, case management, safety and soundness examination, IT examination, offsite monitoring, large bank analysis, management reporting, workload management and processing and security.