The Electronic Fund Transfer System (EFTS), operational since 1996 in New England, is a transaction-based electronic billing system for interlibrary-loan (ILL) and document delivery.

EFTS virtually eliminates the need to create invoices and write checks for re-imbursement for interlibrary loans and document delivery between participants. Among the advantages are monthly detailed transaction based reports, the ability to handle variable charges and the ability to handle non-DOCLINE transactions.

Find out what members are saying about EFTS.

You can find more information about EFTS by clicking here.

Go directly to the EFTS registration page by clicking here.

If you have questions about EFTS, please contact an EFTS Advisory Committee representative from the MidConinental Region below:

Jim Honour, RML Representative
University of Wyoming Libraries
Laramie, Wyoming
(800) 338-7657 (when prompted, dial 1, then 2, then 8)
Marilyn J. De Geus,
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
D'Angelo Library
Kansas City, Missouri
(816) 654-7262
Susan Chamberlin
Creighton University Health Sciences Library and Learning Resources Center
Omaha, Nebraska
(402) 280-5135