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Account Management Information and Daily Daylight Overdraft Reports Application changes FAQs

  1. What is the Account Management Information Modernization (AMI) project?

    The AMI project will include changes to the GUI and technical infrastructure of the AMI application. As part of these changes, Subscribers will notice several enhancements.

  2. When can I expect to see these AMI enhancements?

    Implementation is expected to take place in third quarter 2020.

  3. What changes will customers see?

    In addition to changes to the look and feel of the application, other enhancements include:

    • The number of accounting statements available to users will increase to 14
    • The number of billing statements available to users will increase to six
    • The Find Non-Fedwire transactions feature is being enhanced and will allow the ability to search up to five business days of activity and also provide additional search and filtering options

  4. Will there be any changes to statements/data files?

    There will not be any changes to the Statement of Account, Statement of Service Charges, Collateral and Daylight Overdraft Reports. Additionally, there will not be any changes to the Accounting Information Services (AIS) data/excel files (IDAY, FIRD, SCRD, CMS Plus and SASF).

  5. Will our screen scraping still work with the new application?

    Screen scraping is discouraged and currently not supported. If your institution is currently scraping data from AMI screens, we cannot guarantee or support this functionality in the new application. However, as part of this modernization effort, the Federal Reserve is working on technology changes that would enable API connections to AMI in the future.

  6. Will testing be required?

    While testing is not required, you will be able to view the application changes in AMI Depository Institution Test (DIT) environment late second quarter 2020.

  7. Who do I contact if I have questions or problems related to the project?

    For any questions regarding these AMI changes, please contact National Accounting and Customer Support (NACS) at

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