Public feedback about data applications on the website of the federal insurer of bank deposits is being sought by the agency in a six-week survey, part of an overall redesign of the on-line tools.
In a release Wednesday, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) said it is conducting a survey about the applications on fdic.gov so that the agency may “continuously improve our applications and meet your needs.” The agency said the survey, which is anonymous and voluntary, takes about 12 minutes to complete. The survey will be live on the agency website until Sept. 30, the FDIC said.
The study, the agency said, is part of its overall project to redesign its internet applications, make them more user-friendly and provide additional functionality “in support of our mission to provide reliable data to the public.”
The redesigned applications will be made available to the public, the FDIC said, through incremental releases over the next several months.