The Federal Reserve on Tuesday opened thirteen new diversity and inclusion offices around the country as part of measures introduced in the Dodd-Frank Act to promote equal employment opportunities at federal agencies.
The Federal Reserve said the establishment of the offices at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington and the 12 regional Federal Reserve banks would help to promote equal employment opportunities at the Fed and build on efforts to foster diversity in the regional Fed districts, inc
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