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An overview of our 2015 Annual Report. John Williams, president and chief executive officer, and Mark Gould, first vice president, welcome you to the San Francisco Fed’s 2015 annual report, “What We’ve Learned…and why it matters”

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In our 2015 annual report, What We've Learned?and why it matters, we reflect on the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco's efforts to create a growing, sustainable economy for everyone. The report looks across teams and disciplines, from economic research to human resources, shedding light on various points of view and approaches to our work. You?ll see the faces and hear the voices of San Francisco Fed employees from across functions?curious people who are committed to learning and to public service. It's an honest look back at what we?ve learned and why it matters.

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  • Mark Gould & John C. Williams, 2015. "An overview of our 2015 Annual Report. John Williams, president and chief executive officer, and Mark Gould, first vice president, welcome you to the San Francisco Fed’s 2015 annual report, “What We’v," Annual Report, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, pages 02-02.
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