Notice of Change Process

Created on: 
Feb 11 2016

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What is a Notice of Change (NOC)?

A NOC is a file sent by a financial institution to the State notifying the state of an error condition that should be corrected prior to the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) benefit issuance. The most common reason for a NOC is a bank merger that causes an account or routing number change.

What alert generates as a result of a Notice of Change (NOC) update?

Alert 076 - HOH/AREP NAME MISMATCH - COMPARE EFTR/DEM1 is generated by ACES as a result of a NOC update.

Online Processing

How are Notice of Changes (NOCs) processed?

NOCs are automatically updated on the Electronic Funds Transfer Registration page in aces.online. For more information on how to view Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) information, see How do I view Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) enrollment and bank status information?

Mainframe Processing

How are Notice of Changes (NOCs) processed?

NOCs are automatically updated on the EFTR screen in ACES. For more information on how to view Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) information, see How do I view Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) enrollment and bank status information?

 

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