Federal Open Market Committee and Advisory Councils

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Federal Open Market Committee and Advisory Councils


FEDERAL OPEN MARKET COMMITTEE

MEMBERS

ALAN GREENSPAN, Chairman
WILLIAM J. MCDONOUGH, Vice Chairman

SUSAN SCHMIDT BIES
BEN S. BERNANKE
J. ALFRED BROADDUS, JR.
ROGER W. FERGUSON, JR.
EDWARD M. GRAMLICH
JACK GUYNN
DONALD L. KOHN
MICHAEL H. MOSKOW
MARK W. OLSON
ROBERT T. PARRY

ALTERNATE MEMBERS

THOMAS M. HEONIG
JERRY L. JORDAN
CATHY E. MINEHAN
WILLIAM POOLE
JAMIE B. STEWART, JR.

STAFF

VINCENT R. REINHART, Secretary and Economist
NORMAND R.V. BERNARD, Deputy Secretary
GARY P. GILLUM, Assistant Secretary
MICHELLE A. SMITH, Assistant Secretary
J. VIRGIL MATTINGLY, JR., General Counsel
THOMAS C. BAXTER, JR., Deputy General Counsel
KAREN H. JOHNSON, Economist
DAVID J. STOCKTON, Economist
THOMAS A. CONNORS, Associate Economist
CHRISTINE M. GUMMING, Associate Economist
DAVID H. HOWARD, Associate Economist
DAVID E. LINDSEY, Associate Economist
LORETTA J. MESTER, Associate Economist
STEPHEN D. OLINER, Associate Economist
ARTHUR J. ROLNICK, Associate Economist
HARVEY ROSENBLUM, Associate Economist
MARK S. SNIDERMAN, Associate Economist
DAVID W. WILCOX, Associate Economist

DINO KOS, Manager, System Open Market Account

FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL

DAVID A. SPINA, First District
DAVID A. COULTER, Second District
RUFUS A. FULTON, JR., Third District
MARTIN G. MCGUINN, Fourth District
FREDERICK L. GREEN III, Fifth District
L. PHILLIP HUMANN, Sixth District
ALAN G. MCNALLY, Seventh District
DAVID W. KEMPER, Eighth District
JERRY A. GRUNDHOFER, Ninth District
CAMDEN R. FINE, Tenth District
GAYLE M. EARLS, Eleventh District
MICHAEL E. O'NEILL, Twelfth District

JAMES ANNABLE, Co-Secretary
WILLIAM J. KORSVIK, Co-Secretary

CONSUMER ADVISORY COUNCIL

DOROTHY BROADMAN, Falls Church, Virginia, Chairman
RONALD A. … 

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