On December 8, 2009, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued an Open Government Directive, requiring federal agencies to take specific steps to implement the principles of transparency, participation, and collaboration in their operations.
In order to comply with this directive, the FDIC presents the following information:
FDIC Open Government Plan – Revised August 3, 2012
FDIC Open Government Plan
As a part of the Open Government Directive, each agency in the federal government is responsible for publishing a plan that describes how it will improve transparency and integrate public participation and collaboration into its activities.
As a part of this process we will be asking for your input on how we can better be of service. If you have any comments on the Plan please send your comments through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FDIC and Financial Reform
With the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act 2010, the FDIC has made a commitment to implement these new reforms as quickly and transparently as possible. This information and other background regarding the FDIC's implementation efforts may be found at: http://www.fdic.gov/financialreform/
New on FDIC.gov:
Community Banking Study Reference Data – Historic data constructed based on quarterly financial reports submitted by federally-insured banks and savings associations.
FDIC Data Sets on Data.gov:
Institution Directory (ID) – ID provides a list of all FDIC-insured institutions. The file includes demographic information as well as key financial information related to the institution.
Summary of Deposits – The SOD download file contains deposit data for branches and offices of all FDIC-insured institutions.
Failed Bank List – the FDIC is often appointed receiver for failed banks. This list includes banks which have failed since October 1, 2000.
FDIC Data Tools – Links to searchable databases containing banking industry, historical or sales information.
There are several ways to keep informed about our general activities and about our Open Government Initiative:
If you have specific suggestions about data sets that we can make available, the priorities for making information available, or our open government plans, please e-mail us at email@example.com. If you have general questions about the FDIC or you need other assistance, please go to our Contact Us page.
If you encounter information quality issues, please follow the Information Quality process to ensure your request is properly managed.
If there is information you are interested in that we haven't already made available, you may want to visit our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Service Center. You can also review our latest FOIA annual report (published January 25, 2013).