FR 2900 Webinar Training Evaluation

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The following questions are designed to provide feedback on the recent FR 2900 webinar training presentations made available on www.clevelandfed.org. Please take a few minutes to complete this brief evaluation. Your responses are very important in helping to evaluate the effectiveness of the training.
1. How frequently do you file the FR 2900 report?
2. Which of the four webinar training presentations did you complete?
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your level of knowledge and understanding of the purposes of FR 2900 filing prior to completing "Why must we file an FR 2900 report?" presentation.
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your level of knowledge and understanding of the purposes of FR 2900 filing after to completing "Why must we file an FR 2900 report?" presentation.
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your knowledge of the following line items and concepts prior to completing the "Commonly Misreported Items and Concepts on the FR 2900" presentation.
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your knowledge of the following line items and concepts prior to completing the "Commonly Misreported Items and Concepts on the FR 2900" presentation.Level of Knowledge
Demand Balances Due From Other DIs - B.1
Cash Items in Process of Collection - B.2
Time Deposits – Items D.1 and F.1
Primary obligations
Share vs. share draft accounts
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your knowledge of the following line items and concepts after to completing the "Commonly Misreported Items and Concepts on the FR 2900" presentation.
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your knowledge of the following line items and concepts after to completing the "Commonly Misreported Items and Concepts on the FR 2900" presentation.Level of Knowledge
Demand Balances Due From Other DIs - B.1
Cash Items in Process of Collection - B.2
Time Deposits – Items D.1 and F.1
Primary obligations
Share vs. share draft accounts
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your level of knowledge and understanding of the interseries edit process prior to completing the “What are Interseries Edit Comparisons?" presentation.
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your level of knowledge and understanding of the interseries edit process after to completing the "What are Interseries Edit Comparisons?" presentation.
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your level of knowledge and understanding of what information should be provided when contacted about data fluctuations and discrepancies prior to completing the "Sample Explanations" presentation.
On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Very Little Knowledge and 5 being Significant Knowledge, please rate your level of knowledge and understanding of what information should be provided when contacted about data fluctuations and discrepancies after to completing the "Sample Explanations?" presentation.
I am satisfied with the "Why must we file an FR 2900 report?" presentation.
The information provided in the "Why must we file an FR 2900?" presentation will be useful in completing the next filing.
I am satisfied with the “Commonly misreported items and concepts on the FR 2900” presentation.
The information provided in the “Commonly misreported items and concepts on the FR 2900” presentation will be useful in completing the next filing.
I am satisfied with the “What are interseries edit comparisons?” presentation.
The information provided in the “What are interseries edit comparisons?” presentation will be useful in completing the next filing.
I am satisfied with the “Sample Explanations” presentation.
The information provided in the “Sample Explanations” presentation will be useful in completing the next filing.
3. The webinar series would also be of benefit to my supervisor and/or co-workers in understanding the FR 2900 report.
6. Did the training meet your expectations?
7. How would you rate the webinar series overall?
8. Please rate the user friendliness of the webinar series (navigating the website, completing the presentation material, etc.) on a scale from 1 to 5, with 1 being "Very Poor" and 5 being "Very good".
We are planning to conduct an FR 2900 classroom training session. The session will be held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland on Thursday, November 8, 2012. Your assistance in projecting attendance for planning this in-person training session would be greatly appreciated.
10. Are you interested in attending?
If you will not attend, please share why. (Check all that apply)
11. Please provide the following information.