Treasurers told to expect benefits from federal electronic payments
- Lack Of Efficient System For Electronic Bill Presentment Seen As Hurdle. Wade, Will // Credit Union Journal;6/23/2003, Vol. 7 Issue 25, p19
Discusses the growth of demand for bill payment systems in the U.S. Improvement of online presentment; Payment of bills at the website of billing company or bank; Interest of customers in online stations with bill pay services.
- A big win for the card associations, but more challenges ahead. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;9/16/96 Supplement, Vol. 161 Issue 177, p12A
Focuses on Secure Electronic Transactions, the Internet payment protocol. Vulnerabilities in the Internet; Commercial and monetary activity; Encryption issues.
- Interagency electronic payments task force outlines its goals. de Senerpont Domis, Olaf // American Banker;3/19/97, Vol. 162 Issue 53, p2
Cites the three goals of the US Consumer Electronic Payments Task Force, formed to study how electronic money will affect consumers. Mission statement adopted by the task force.
- Plus, Internet presidents elected to the board of funds transfer group. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;2/21/95, Vol. 160 Issue 34, p22
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- Federal government paying bills electronically. // Business Credit;Feb97, Vol. 99 Issue 2, p66
Reports that First Bank System, Mellon bank and Visa, have collaborated to assist the United States federal government to pay its bills electronically with Visa ePay. How the payment system works; Use of Visa ePay by the General Services Administration.
- Digital cash. Shandle, Jack // Electronic Design;10/25/94, Vol. 42 Issue 22, p16
Editorial. Focuses on electronic financial transactions. Concerns over security and anonymity; Technologies designed to provide security.
- Creating an Integrated Payment System: The evolution of . . . Gilbert, Adam M.; Hunt, Dara // Economic Policy Review (19320426);Jul97, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1
Traces the evolution of Federal Reserve Wire Transfer (Fedwire), an electronic funds and securities transfer system in Europe. Origins of the Fedwire system; Strategies for consolidating the system; Benefits of consolidation; Lessons learned from the Federal Reserve's experience with Fedwire. ...
- Is your wire transfer system secure? Champlain, Jack J. // Internal Auditor;Jun95, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p56
Discusses how wire transfer systems present a risk to financial institutions (FIs). Cost of wire transfers for FIs; Outgoing wire transfers; Steps in creating an outgoing wire; Incoming wires; Typical wire transfer system access controls.
- Electronic commerce - A new revolution. Smith, Peter // NZ Business;Aug95, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p54
Discusses the pros and cons of the introduction of electronic money (E-money). E-money by modern cryptography; Public-key cryptography (PKC) used in E-money initiatives.
- Travel needn't mean hassle when paying your bills. // RN;Sep2003 Supplement, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p29
Provides tips for travel nurses on how to pay the bills and avoid interest charges on missed payments. Taking stock of monthly debts; Arrangement for automatic payments from a checking account to companies that bill regularly; Use of online banking services.