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The Federal Reserve Banks as fiscal agents and depositories of the United States
The Federal Reserve, the nation's central bank, is also the U.S. government's bank. As fiscal agents of the United States, the Federal Reserve Banks provide the Department of the Treasury with services related to the federal debt-receiving bids for auction of Treasury securities and processing securities transactions. As depositories, the Federal Reserve Banks provide payment-related services to the Treasury and other government agencies - handling the government's account by accepting deposits and clearing payments. This article describes the nature of the primary fiscal agency and ...
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