On February 2, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), regulator of national banks and federal savings associations, announced that it will phase out printing and mailing of hard-copy publications, including many now mailed to national banks, employees, and other interested parties. By June 1, the OCC will discontinue the printing and mailing of most publications. The publications for external and internal audiences that will no longer be printed and mailed include OCC alerts, bulletins, legal interpretations, consumer advisories, and Banking Regulations for Examiners. This also includes e files DVDs.

The OCC strongly encourages national banks, federal savings associations, employees, and other interested parties to obtain publications and information by clicking here and signing up to receive information through the agency’s other electronic dissemination tools.

OCC publications are available to subscribers of the OCC News E-Mail List, OCC News Feeds, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. National banks, federal savings associations, employees, and other interested parties can subscribe to the OCC News E-Mail List here. They may receive OCC news releases, bulletins, and alerts by subscribing to the agency’s four RSS news feeds here.

The OCC will consider on a case-by-case basis requests to print and mail copies of agency publications for those who do not have access to the Internet.

For more information, please click here.