IMAD Definition

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IMAD, dependent upon usage, is Input Messaging Accountability Data: A time stamp that is assigned to a Fedwire message when it is processed by the Federal Reserve Bank Funds Transfer application; or, Information Management Assimilation & Delivery; or, Industrial Management and Distribution System.

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