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Financial regulation: seeking the middle way: a speech at the Fourth Joint Central Bank Research Conference on Risk Management and Systemic Risk, Frankfurt, Germany, November 28, 2005

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Application for employement with the Board GENERAL This information is provided pursuant to the Privacy Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-579) for individuals completing Application for Employment with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (“Board”) and other forms included in the system of records titled, “FRB—General Personnel Records.” AUTHORITY Sections 10 and 11 of the Federal Reserve Act (12 U.S.C. § 221 et seq.) give the Board the authority to recruit, examine, and evaluate applicants’ qualifications for employment with the Board. Use of the employment application forms and other personnel related forms is necessary for performing these functions. PURPOSES AND USES The principal purpose of employment application forms and other personnel related forms is to collect information needed to determine qualifications, suitability, and availability of applicants for employment with the Board and of current Board employees for reassignment, reinstatement, transfer, or promotion. Your completed form may be used to examine, rate, and/or asses your qualifications; to determine if you are entitled to rights or benefits under certain laws and regula­ tions, and to contact you concerning availability and/or an interview. All or part of your completed employment applica­ tion form or other personnel related forms may be disclosed outside the Board to: 1. Government training facilities (Federal, State, and local) and to non-Government training facilities (private ven­ dors of training courses or programs, private schools, etc.) for training purposes. 2. Educational institutions on appointment of a recent graduate to a position at the Board, and to provide college and university officials with information about their students who are working in internships or other similar programs necessary to a student obtaining credit for the experience gained. 3. The Department of Labor, Department of Veterans Af­ fairs, Social Security Administration, Dep

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