Federal Reserve System
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The Fed is the central bank for the United States. It regulates all our currency and has 12 district banks.
Board of Governors
The board of governers is located in Washington D.C. and they set a major role in stabilizing the monetary policy.
The FOMC stands for Federal Open Market Committee. They set the monetary policy and they mailnly buy and sell government bonds.
Bureau of Engraving and Prinitng
This was formed on August 29, 1862. This particular section of the U.S. government produces security products.
The U.S. Mint was founded on April 2, 1792. This portion conducts trade, commerce, and coineage.