The Federal Reserve System’s Secure Payments Task Force engaged a diverse array of stakeholders in advancing the work outlined in Strategies for Improving the U.S. Payment System (PDF), published in January 2015. The mission of the Secure Payments Task Force was to provide a forum for stakeholders to advise the Federal Reserve in its leader/catalyst and operator roles on payment security matters, and identify and promote actions that can be taken by payment system participants collectively or by the Federal Reserve System to improve payment security.
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The FedPayments Improvement Community was established to provide opportunities for all stakeholders to engage in its full portfolio of payments improvement initiatives. As a part of the FedPayments Improvement Community, you will be able to tailor your engagement by indicating which initiatives and topics are of interest to you, and engaging when and how you wish. Specifically, you will have opportunities to participate in work groups as they are established, to provide feedback regarding work group and/or Fed-sponsored work efforts, and to attend online and in-person events.
The FedPayments Improvement Community will continue to be free and open to all interested stakeholders and represent a continuation of transparent, inclusive, and effective engagement. Fill out the subscription management form below to stay informed and be amongst the first to hear about opportunities to engage in this historic effort.
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