The Office of Minority and Women Inclusion
News and Updates
- Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Act requires the St. Louis Fed to submit to Congress an annual report on its previous year's OMWI efforts. The St. Louis Fed's report, released March 29, 2013, is the second such report since the creation of its OMWI in January 2011. The report details the St. Louis Fed's 2012 OMWI activities related to employment, procurement and financial literacy. Read the 2012 report.
2011 report (.pdf)
- EEO-1 data now available for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Each year, the St. Louis Fed makes the workforce data (EEO-1 data) it provides annually to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) publicly available. [More]
- St. Louis Fed Appoints Price To Lead New Office of Minority and Women Inclusion
- Federal Reserve Board Press Release: Federal Reserve Sets Up Diversity and Inclusion Offices
Established by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' Office of Minority and Women Inclusion is responsible for developing standards and procedures to ensure the inclusion of minorities, women, and women-owned and minority-owned business in all activities of the Bank, including procurement and workforce diversity. The Office of Minority and Women Inclusion is also required to report annually to Congress on procurement activities, on recruiting and hiring practices as they relate to minorities and women, and on contracting with qualified minority-owned and women-owned businesses.