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Fiscal Service to Make Changes to ACH Data Fields of OPM Benefit Payments

Posted March 30, 2015

Please be advised that the Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service will be maki

NACHA Issues RFC Summary on Moving Payments Faster with Same Day ACH

Posted March 17, 2015

NACHA issued a Request for Comment on December 8, 2014, on a proposal to provide a new, ubiquitous capability for moving ACH payments faster.

Phase Two of P2P Payments via ACH Effective March 20

Posted March 13, 2015

New NACHA rules that mandate how all person-to-person (P2P) payments must be sent through the ACH

NACHA’s Payments Innovation Alliance Releases White Paper: “Leveraging the Mobile Channel for ACH Payment Innovation”

Posted March 10, 2015

The white paper predicts popularity of ACH mobile payments will grow as technology advances.

NACHA President and CEO to Keynote Retail Banking 2015 Conference

Posted March 9, 2015

Janet O. Estep will deliver the opening keynote, “Moving Payments Faster with Same Day ACH,” at Retail Banking 2015 in Austin, Texas.  

NACHA Payments Innovation Alliance Members to Convene in Los Angeles

Posted February 25, 2015

Payments Innovation Alliance will host a members meeting on March 3-5 to explore issues including faster payments, cyber threats and next steps for ISO 20022 in the US

NACHA Celebrates America Saves Week February 23-28, Encourages Saving Through Direct Deposit via ACH and Split Deposit

Posted February 24, 2015

NACHA encourages employees to enroll in Direct Deposit via ACH and authorize a split deposit of their pay — helpful tools to automatically grow savings. NACHA also announced that it will commission a survey in partnership with the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) to further assess the benefits of Direct Deposit via ACH for employees.

Healthcare EFT via ACH Volume Exceeds 149 Million Transactions in 2014

Posted February 11, 2015

NACHA announced today that the volume of healthcare EFT transactions via the ACH Network exceeded 149 million transactions, transferring $876.6 billion in claim payments from health plans to providers.