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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK

DECEMBER 31, 1992 PROFILE OF THE 10 HIGHEST PAID EMPLOYEES

TABLE 5

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Detailed Response to Question 1b

The Equal Employment Opportunity office, a separate unit in the Bank, is headed by Donald Moore, the Bank's full-tine Equal Employment Opportunity officer. Mr. Moore is a black nale and is an officer of the Bank in pay group D. He is assisted by a full-time Equal Employment Opportunity specialist who is a black male in the senior staff, pay grade 13, and a secretary who is a black female. Mr. Moore reports to Peter Bakstansky, vice president (an officer of the Bank in pay group B), who also serves as the Bank's senior Equal Employment Opportunity officer

and the Bank's ombudsman.

Both Mr. Bakstansky, a white male, and Mr. Moore report

directly to the first vice president and to the president of the Bank. This reporting relationship, by design, is independent of the area management of the Bank as a whole and independent of the Personnel Department of the Bank.

The EEO office works closely with the personnel

function, which is headed by Carl Turnipseed, a vice president (an officer of the Bank in pay group B) and a black nale.

The Ombudsman's office plays a significant role in resolving complaints by employees at the Bank. Three deputies reporting to Mr. Bakstansky as deputy ombudspersons currently include a white male and an Asian female, both of whom are

officers in the Bank's pay group D, and a black male in pay grade

13.

Attached is a recent Ombudsman announcement.

A similar

bulletin is distributed to all members of the staff at least

twice a year.

As indicated in our detailed response to question 1c,

the Bank's Affirmative Action Plan is distributed annually to all officers and other supervisory personnel, and notices reminding all members of the staff about the availability of the EEO office

are distributed periodically.

At the Buffalo Branch, the Equal Employment Opportunity

officer is Peter Luce, assistant vice president and the second

officer at the Branch.

Mr. Luce is a white male and is an

officer of the Bank in pay group C.

Mr. Luce reports to

James Aston, vice president and Branch manager (an officer of the

Bank in pay group B).

Mr. Aston is a white male and reports on

EEO matters directly to the first vice president of the Bank.

Attached is a recent Equal Employment Opportunity announcement of

the Buffalo Branch.

In addition, the Buffalo Branch has an ombudsman office

which plays a significant role in resolving complaints from

Branch employees.

The Ombudsman is Dave Schwarzmueller, a white

male officer in the Bank's pay group D.

He is assisted by a

deputy ombudsman who is a white male in pay grade 13.

Attached

is an ombudsman announcement of the Buffalo Branch.

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