The Federal Reserve and Business Payments Coalition 
Remittance Delivery Work Group
Expression of Interest Form 

In today’s B2B electronic payments environment, retrieving remittance information, matching it to a payment and posting it to an account is largely a manual process. Solving these manual pain points is integral to gaining the efficiencies made available in an evolving payments ecosystem. The good news is that the industry recently developed a model for exchanging e-invoices that might easily be translated to support exchanging e-remittance information.  

The Federal Reserve and BPC are preparing to launch a Remittance Delivery Work Group to assess the E-invoice Exchange Framework architecture to understand if it is feasible for electronic delivery of remittance information. The Work Group will: 
  • Assess the feasibility and fit of the e-invoicing exchange framework delivery standards and architecture for remittance across all payment types 
  • Identify and document gaps and adaptations required for the business model to support remittance 
  • Identify and document considerations to advance progress toward establishment of a remittance exchange framework in the U.S. market 
  • Recommend industry next steps 
  • Prepare and publish a work group report 
We’re seeking experienced industry leaders to participate in conducting this assessment. Participants should have experience or expertise in one or more of the following areas: 
  • Remittance and payment processing and posting  
  • Current remittance information delivery processes, both within and separate from electronic payments 
  • Knowledge of challenges businesses currently face with delivery of remittance information 
  • Strong knowledge of the BPC E-invoice Exchange Framework 
The Federal Reserve and the BPC will be accepting expressions of interest from qualified individuals through August 13, 2021. The time commitment is expected to be 1 – 2 hours weekly, depending on participation in subgroup activity, from September 2021 – March 2022. The work group will be announced in late August. 

To express interest, please provide the following information: 

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