Coin Terminal Services

A coin terminal is a secure facility operated by an armored carrier that holds Reserve Bank inventories of coin, and that receives deposits from and fulfills orders of coins for depository institutions on behalf of the Federal Reserve Bank. Coin terminal operators are contracted by the Federal Reserve Bank to perform these services.

For more information regarding the Coin Terminal Program please contact your servicing Federal Reserve System Bank.

Once contracted by the Federal Reserve Bank, an armored carrier will be required to complete the necessary steps to set up End User Authorization Contacts (EUACs) and Subscribers with access to the FedLine Web access solution.

Coin Terminal Roles:

To ensure that EUACs and Subscribers have appropriate access to services based on their specified role, review (xls) the descriptions of the roles available for Coin Terminal operators, including Remote Vault Manager (CT RVM), Remote Vault Staff (CT RVS), and Executive Vault Manager (CT EVM).

Coin Terminal Forms:

Federal Reserve Bank External Subscriber Request for Armored Carriers

An armored carrier's EUAC should complete a separate Subscriber request via the EUAC Center in FedLine Home for each individual who will be authorized to access coin terminal services via the FedLine Web access solution. This request authorizes the Federal Reserve Banks to create a credential granting the Subscriber access to the coin terminal services indicated on the form.

Federal Reserve Bank End User Authorization Contact (EUAC) Designation and Authorization Form for Armored Carriers (PDF)

This form gives the EUAC authority to designate authorized individuals (Subscribers) to transact coin terminal business using the FedLine Web access solution. When we receive the completed End User Authorization Contact Form, a credential will be issued to that EUAC. The EUAC will use the FedLine Web credential to access the EUAC Center, which enables the EUAC to reset FedLine Web Subscriber passwords.

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