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CATS (Central Application Tracking System)

CATS replaces e-Corp and CD-1 Invest and can be accessed by banks through BankNet the OCC’s secure portal for its regulated institutions.

Access to CATS requires BankNet access.

CATS is the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s (OCC) web-based system for submitting and processing Licensing and Public Welfare Investment (PWI) applications and notices (collectively, “filings”). CATS enables authorized bank employees to draft, submit, and track filings, and allows OCC analysts to receive, process, and manage those filings. All of the features of CATS are available for use by national banks, federal savings associations, and federal branches and agencies (collectively, “banks”). In addition, bank authorized attorneys and consultants may draft filings in CATS and forward them to bank personnel for submission to the OCC.

Additional information for filings can be found on the:

For specific questions about Licensing or PWI forms, filings or processes, please contact the appropriate District Licensing or Community Affairs staff.

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