OTCnet News and Updates
Is your Agency Aware of Current Emergency Procedures?
Several agencies that use deposit reporting have found that their local financial institution is closed. As a result, contingency plans are necessary in order to continue agency deposits and operations. Ensure your agency is aware of Fiscal Service’s Emergency Procedures by visiting the OTCnet Emergency Procedures webpage.
Is Your Agency Preparing for New Agency Operations?
The current pandemic has impacted businesses across the country, as well as our government agencies. Learn how your agency can prepare to maximize collections in an environment that is safe for your employees and customers by visiting Preparing for New Agency Operations.
Now Available: Release 3.2 Introduces Card Processing for the OTC Kiosk Tablet
In addition to having Card Processing available to OTCnet Online, the OTC Kiosk Tablet can also now accept credit, debit, and Visa/Mastercard gift card payments from customers independently of an agency representative. That means shorter lines, more collection opportunities in remote locations, and increased payment accessibility. Please visit the 3.2 Release Notes or the Getting Started: OTC Kiosk webpage to learn more.
Upgrade to Windows 10
If your agency hasn’t done so already, we recommend upgrading your terminals to Windows 10 since Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft and will therefore no longer be supported by OTCnet. See more information.
Domain Migration Planned for December 2020
This December, the OTCnet domain will change from otcnet.fms.treas.gov to otcnet.for.fiscal.treasury.gov as part of the Department of Treasury’s domain transition. See more information on how to prepare for this transition.