The CDFI Fund’s Awards Management Information System (AMIS) is an enterprise-wide business system, built on a commercial off-the-shelf product called Salesforce that has been customized to meet the CDFI Fund’s specific needs. AMIS will support all CDFI Fund programs throug each phase of the programs’ life cycle.

Please begin by reading the Getting Started – Navigating AMIS training manual.

For AMIS support, please submit an AMIS Service Request. To learn about Service Requests, see Getting Started – Navigating AMIS (Section 8) or the AMIS Service Request Quick Reference Guide.  Alternatively, you may contact us at AMIS@cdfi.treas.gov or (202) 653-0422.


Notice to AMIS Users

The CDFI Fund occasionally needs to communicate award- or application-related information to organizations through their AMIS accounts. These communications are e-mailed to an organization's users from the CDFI Fund's AMIS@cdfi.treas.gov or "Do Not Reply (replyd@cdfi.treas.gov)" e-mail address. The CDFI Fund recommends that you add "cdfi.treas.gov" to your e-mail account's Safe Senders list; otherwise, important communications about your applications or awards may be caught in your e-mail account's spam filters.

Scammers Falsely Purporting to be Calling or E-mailing from the U.S. Treasury Department, 
Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund):

Scammers have been calling, e-mailing, or otherwise contacting an individual asserting that the individual has been awarded a grant or a similar sum of money and requesting personal information or a sum of money to “release” the funds. The Treasury Department and the CDFI Fund do not have such a program. We urge recipients of such calls or e-mails to be extremely wary of any scheme requiring an advance payment for a later promise of funds — these are hallmarks of scams.

If you feel you have be contacted in a scam or fraud, please contact the U.S. Treasury Department, Office of Inspector General (OIG), by the online form on the OIG website: https://www.treasury.gov/about/organizational-structure/ig/Pages/OigOnlineHotlineForm.aspx or by calling 1-800-359-3898.

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