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Field Offices Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Continued

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Sources of Information Employment The Commission selects its employees from various examinations and registers, including mid- and seniorlevel registers, secretarial, typing, and stenographic registers, and the Equal Opportunity Specialist register. Employment inquiries or applications for positions in the headquarters office should be directed to the Personnel Office, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507 (phone, 202663-4306), or contact the appropriate district office for district office positions. General Inquiries A nationwide tollfree telephone number links callers with the appropriate field office where

charges may be filed. Phone, 800-6694000. TDD, 800-669-6820. Information About Survey Forms (EEO-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6). Phone, 202– 663-4958. Media Inquiries Office of Communications and Legislative Affairs, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663-4900. Publications Nationwide toll-free telephone number, 800-669-3362. TDD, 800-800-3302. Reading Room EEOC Library, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663–4630. Speakers Office of Communications and Legislative Affairs, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663-4900.

for further information, contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663-4900.

EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF THE UNITED STATES 811 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20571 Phone, 800-565-EXIM

President and Chairman
First Vice President and Vice Chairman
Directors

General Counsel

Deputy General Counsel Chief Financial Officer

Deputy Treasurer/Controller

Vice President, Claims and Recoveries Chief of Staff Executive Vice President, Export Finance

Group Vice President, Aircraft Finance Vice President, Americas Vice President, Asia and Middle East Vice President, Credit Administration

MARTIN A. KAMARCK (VACANCY) JULIE D. BELAGA, MARIA LUISA

HALEY, RITA M. RODRIGUEZ KENNETH W. HANSEN STEPHEN G. GLAZER JAMES K. HESS JOSEPH A. SORBERA JEFFREY L. MILLER JACKIE M. CLEGG ALLAN I. MENDELOWITZ

JULIE ). PANARO CHARLES A. LEIK TERRENCE J. HULIHAN LEILANI L. NEWTON

Vice President, Engineering and Environment
Vice President, Europe and Africa
Vice President, Insurance
Vice Presidents, Project Finance

JAMES A. MAHONEY
THOMAS E. MORAN
WILLIAM W. REDWAY
GLEN T. MATSUMOTO, DIANNE S.

RUDO
SAM Z. ZYTCER
LONN W. HENRICHSEN

CANDELARIO TRUJILLO, JR.
RICHARD J. FEENEY
ARTHUR PILZER

ROBERT J. KAISER

TAMZEN C. REITAN

Vice President, United States
Senior Vice President, Information

Management and Technology
Vice President, Information Management
Senior Vice President, Process Development
Vice President, International Business

Development
Vice President, Domestic Business

Development
Vice President, Administrative and

Management Services
Vice President, Communications
Vice President, Congressional and External

Affairs
Vice President, Country Risk Analysis
Vice President, Policy, Planning, and Program

Development
Director, Broker Relations and Product

Development
Director, Equal Opportunity and Diversity

Programs
Director, Personnel
Director, Quality Review and Secretariat

RITA T. FLYNN
JACKIE M. CLEGG

DANIEL L. BOND
JAMES C. CRUSE

ROBERT L. CHARAMELLA

DOLORES BARTNING

JOYCE E. SAVAGE
PATRICIA DELANEY

The Export-Import Bank of the United States helps the private sector to create and maintain U.S. jobs by financing exports of the Nation's goods and services. To accomplish this mission, Export-Import Bank offers a variety of loan, guarantee, and insurance programs to support transactions that would not be awarded to U.S. companies without the Bank's assistance.

The Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank), established in 1934, operates as an independent agency of the U.S. Government under the authority of the Export-Import Bank Act of 1945, as amended (12 U.S.C. 635 et seq.). The Bank has a Board of Directors consisting of a President and Chairman, a First Vice President and Vice Chairman, and three other Directors, all of whom are appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate.

The Bank's mission is to help American exporters meet governmentsupported financing competition from other countries, so that U.S. exports can compete for overseas business on the basis of price, performance, and service. The Bank also fills gaps in the

availability of commercial financing for creditworthy export transactions.

The Bank is required to find a reasonable assurance of repayment for each transaction it supports. It's legislation requires it to meet the financing terms of competitor export credit agencies, but not to compete with commercial lenders. An export must have a minimum of 50 percent U.S. content in order to be eligible for Ex-lm Bank support. There is no maximum or minimum dollar limit for Ex-Im Bank financing. Legislation restricts the Bank's operation in some countries and its support for military goods and services.

Activities
The Export-Import Bank is authorized to
have outstanding at any one time loans,

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guarantees, and insurance in aggregate - direct loans made to provide foreign amount not in excess of $75 billion. buyers with competitive, fixed-rate During fiscal year 1995, the Bank medium- or long-term financing from Exauthorized a total of $12 billion in

Im Bank for their purchases from U.S. financing, including a wide range of

exporters. The Bank's direct loans carry capital goods exports to developing

the minimum interest rate allowed by countries. The Bank supports U.S. exporters

the Organization for Economic through a range of diverse programs,

Cooperation and Development. which are offered under four broad

The Bank has initiated several new categories of export financing:

programs to broaden the range of -working capital guarantees,

customers and types of exporters it provided to lenders, so that they can

supports. The Environmental Exports provide creditworthy small- and

Program provides enhanced financing medium-sized exporters with working

terms for environmentally beneficial capital they need to buy, build, or

goods and services. The Bank has also assemble products for export sale. -export credit insurance which

expanded its capabilities in the area of protects the exporter against both the

limited recourse project finance, and has commercial and political risks of a

adopted a policy of matching foreign foreign buyer defaulting on payment.

tied-aid credits to ensure that U.S. The Bank offers a variety of policies:

exporters do not lose sales in critical short- and medium-term, single- and emerging markets. In order to make its multi-buyer, and small business and programs more readily available, Ex-im umbrella policies.

Bank works closely with many State and -loan guarantees which encourage local governments in its City/State sales to creditworthy foreign buyers by Program. providing private sector lenders in medium- and long-term transactions with

Regional Offices Ex-Im Bank guarantees against the political and commercial risks of

The Export-Import Bank operates five nonpayment. Political-risk-only

regional offices, listed in the table guarantees are also available.

below.
Regional Offices—Export-Import Bank

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For further information, contact the Export-Import Bank, International Business Development Office, 811 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20571. Phone, 202-565-3900; or 800-565-3946 (toll-free).

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION
1501 Farm Credit Drive, McLean, VA 22102-5090
Phone, 703-883-4000

Farm Credit Administration Board:
Chairman
Members of the Board

Secretary to the Board

MARSHA PYLE MARTIN
DOYLE L. COOK, (VACANCY)
FLOYD J. FITHIAN

Staff:
Chief Operating Officer

DAVID C. BAER
Director, Office of Congressional and Public (VACANCY)

Affairs
General Counsel

JEAN NOONAN
Associate General Counsels

KATHLEEN V. BUFFON

VICTOR A. COHEN Inspector General

ELDON W. STOEHR Director, Office of Examination and Chief WILLIAM L. ROBERTSON, Acting

Examiner
Director, Office of Special Supervision and CARL A. CLINEFELTER, JR., Acting

Corporate Affairs
Director, Office of Secondary Market

LARRY W. EDWARDS
Oversight
Director, Office of Resources Management MICHAEL L. YOUNG, Acting
(For the Farm Credit Administration statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 12,
Parts 600 and 611)

The Farm Credit Administration is responsible for ensuring the safe and sound operation of the banks, associations, affiliated service organizations, and other entities that collectively comprise what is known as the Farm Credit System, and for protecting the interests of the public and those who borrow from Farm Credit institutions or invest in Farm Credit securities.

The Farm Credit Administration was
established as an independent financial
regulatory agency in the executive
branch of the Federal Government by
Executive Order 6084 of March 27,
1933. The Administration carries out its
responsibilities by conducting
examinations of the various Farm Credit
lending institutions, which are Farm
Credit Banks, Banks for Cooperatives,
the Agricultural Credit Bank, Federal
Land Bank Associations, Production
Credit Associations, Agricultural Credit
Associations, and Federal Land Credit
Associations. It also examines the service
organizations owned by the Farm Credit
lending institutions, as well as the
National Consumer Cooperative Bank
(also known as the National Cooperative
Bank (NCB)) and its subsidiaries,
including the NCB Development
Corporation.

Management of the agency is vested
in the Farm Credit Administration Board,
whose three full-time members are
appointed to 6-year terms by the
President, with the advice and consent
of the Senate. One member of the Board
is designated by the President as
Chairman and serves as the
Administration's chief executive officer.

The Board is responsible for approving
rules and regulations, providing for the
examination and regulation of and
reporting by Farm Credit institutions, and
establishing the policies under which the
Administration operates. Board meetings
are regularly held on the second
Thursday of the month and are subject
to the Government in the Sunshine Act.
Public announcements of these meetings
are published in the Federal Register.

The lending institutions of the Farm
Credit System were established to
provide adequate and dependable credit
and closely related services to farmers,
ranchers, and producers or harvesters of
aquatic products; persons engaged in
providing on-the-farm services; rural
homeowners; and associations of
farmers, ranchers, and producers or
harvesters of aquatic products, or
federations of such associations that
operate on a cooperative basis and are
engaged in marketing, processing,
supply, or business service functions for
the benefit of their members. Initially
capitalized by the United States
Government, the Farm Credit lending
institutions are organized as cooperatives
and are completely owned by their
borrowers. The loan funds provided to

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