Expiring ID Tracker
The Expiring ID Tracker is an online application that allows the User to proactively review and monitor person records that have expired or missing expiration dates, along with being able to add and release warning flags for these records in real-time.
This allows a Financial Institution an on-demand channel to always be able to track these outstanding person record issues without having to request and run batch reports, and possibly work off “dated” information from a previous night’s batch processing run.
The Expiring ID Tracker DNAapp provides the Financial Institution with flexible setup, review, and simplified processing. Other benefits include:
- The ability to query online for person records that need attention due to expired or missing expiration dates on identification records such as driver’s licenses, passports, student identification cards, etc.
- Institution-level settings to control which identification types will be available for the Expiring ID screen.
- Functionality to “mix/match” for the queries so only certain types of identification records and conditions are included in the query.
- Functionality to select how far to look ahead for the expiration date issues (i.e. 30 days, 60 days).
- Institution-level settings to set separate warning flag codes for each identification type and condition (i.e. one for expired, one for missing).
- Ability to add warning flags on one, some, or all of the records that need attention with one-click functionality.
- Functionality to review and release warning flags if the identification record has been updated with a valid expiration date but the warning flag has not been released.
- Security controls that work with standard DNA® authorizations to separate the screen functionality into query/review and query/review/flag maintenance, if desired.
- Full activity and audit tracking of warning flag placements and releases.
- Being able to monitor person record outstanding items and cleanup efforts in real-time via screen access, versus having to work off batch reports