On 15 July 2015, EIOPA launched a process for obtaining feedback on the test-stage version of the software for risk free interest rate (RFIR) coding (used in the preparatory phase of Solvency II).  While national supervisors have already reviewed the coding, EIOPA now wishes to receive input from stakeholders (particularly users of technical computing language) to improve the coding and identify errors.  Comments are invited until 31 August 2015.  EIOPA intends to publish final revised coding and methodology prior to 1 January 2016. To assist stakeholders, on 24 July 2015, EIOPA also published a user manual regarding carrying out calculations through the published RFR coding.