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Europay, Mastercard & Visa (EMV)

The federal government's move to EMV chip and PIN-enabled card acceptance is underway. We'll be updating this site as new information becomes available, so be sure to check back regularly.

Executive Order 13681 and EMV Deployment

With the signing of Executive Order 13681 in October 2014, payment card acceptance by agencies at the point of sale (POS) will need to convert from magnetic stripe-based terminals to EMV "chip and PIN" technology to strengthen the security of consumer data and better protect citizens doing business with the federal government.

About Executive Order 13681

Webinars and Presentations

Webinar: EMV Phase II

Listen to the audio recording of the EMV Phase II webinar that was held on March 1, 2016.

Webinar EMV Phase II

Download the visuals that accompanied the EMV Phase II webinar that was held on March 1, 2016.

Past Presentations and Webinars

EMV Support and Terminal Videos

How EMV Works

A short video explaining the basics of EMV and how you and your customers can benefit.

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EMV and Fraud

Learn how to protect your business and your customers from fraudulent transactions.

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EMV Terminal: Sale/ Refund/ Batch Out Functions

Training instructions that show you how to do a Sale, Reprint receipts, Batch and Refund using the Ingenico iCT 220 Terminal.

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EMV Terminal: NFC Transaction

Setting up Apple Pay on Ingenico iCT250 - TSYS Merchant Solutions.

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EMV Educational Materials

October 1, 2015 EMV Liability Shift

Rules and guidance from the major U.S. card brands

American Express

EMV Guide


EMV Fraud & Liability Shift
EMV Education


EMV Education


EMV Fraud & Liability Shift

Last modified 01/30/23