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RACE AND SEX CODES FOR THE 10 HIGHEST
SALARIED, FULL TIME EMPLOYEES AT THE FRB PHILADELPHIA
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1991
RESTRICTED FR-3

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Exhibit A!

FRB PHILADELPHIA HIGHEST 10% SALARIED, FULL TIME EMPLOYEES AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1991 ***RESTRICTED FR-3'**

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Female Male

21 112

15.79% 84.21%

3 13

2.26% 9.77%

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18 99

5

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Total

133

100.00%

16

12.03%

5

11

0

117

Exhibit A1

FRB PHILADELPHIA LOWEST 10% SALARIED, FULL TIME EMPLOYEES AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1991 ***RESTRICTED FR-3***

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Female Male

77 56

57.89% 42.11%

58 38

43.61% 28.57%

52 32

2 6

19 18

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Subject: Contracts Between the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and

Minority or Women Contractors

The relationship between this Bank and minority or women contractors consists of:

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Outreach Efforts

Vendor solicitation process - Exhibit I.
Member of the New Penn Del Minority Purchasing Council

; listing in Corporate Directory Exhibit I. Participation at trade fairs, conferences and work shops to seek out new vendors to support our needs. Vendor visitations to determine capabilities, provide assistance and support to service our needs.

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Program Administration and Review

The Vice President of General Administrative Services is the designated Contract Representative, who is responsible to the President, First Vice President and Senior Vice President for establishing this Bank's Small and Disadvantaged Business program.

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1991 Contracts

Contracts in 1991, with terms of up to one-year with minorities, or minority-owned entities, and women, or women-owned entities are profiled in Table-1:

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Certification Process

Annual review of vendors with our 'Solicitation Mailing List Application', to update selfcertification from vendors, classification by SIC code, and obtain current business status Exhibit I. We accept certification by other Federal Reserve Banks or Government, State or Federal; the City of Philadelphia; and the New Penn Del Minority Purchasing Council.

Exhibit I

FEDERAL
RESERVE BANK OF
PHILADELPHIA

July 10, 1992

Dear Vendor:

This Bank purchases a wide range of goods and services in the normal course of conducting its business. If you are interested in bidding on these services, please complete and return the enclosed Solicitation Mailing List Application.

You should be aware that this Bank has a policy of assisting the interests of small businesses and socially and economically disadvantaged small businesses in the acquisition of goods and services. The above form is necessary so we can determine your status under this policy.

A 'small business' means a business qualifying as a small business concern under Section 3 of the Small Business Act (15 USC 632) and rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, and the term 'disadvantaged small business' means a small business

(1)

(2)

at least 51 percent owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged
individuals; or, in the case of any publicly-owned business, at least 51 percent of the stock
of the business is owned by one or more socially disadvantaged; and
whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more such
individuals. Such individuals are defined as those who have been subjected to racial or
ethnic prejudice or cultural bias because of their identity as a member of a group without
regard to their individual qualities. Socially and economically disadvantage individuals
include Black Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Pacific Americans, and other
minorities, or any other individual found to be disadvantaged by the Small Business
Administration pursuant to section 8 (2) of the Small Business Act.

Attachment I is a commodity and service classification index. Please circle the products and services that apply to your firm.

These documents will assist the Bank in placing your firm on the appropriate Bidder's Lists and in applying preferences where applicable.

If you have any questions concerning these forms or the Bank's Acquisition Policy, or if you wish to obtain specific information regarding a proposed purchase, please telephone me at (215) 574-6265.

The completed forms should be returned to:

Mr. Robert J. Wetz
Manager Purchasing/Transportation Services
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
10 Independence Mall
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Attachment

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