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Maintaining the public’s trust is a vital part of central banking, and we are committed to conducting our work with openness and integrity. Explore the information we have publicly available to take a close look at our operations and leadership.

Dallas Fed operations

Find key resources, documents and disclosures for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas below. To request other records, see our transparency policy

Find upcoming and past events that are open to the public. Our event listings provide registration and contact information, as well as agenda, presentations or recordings when available.

Every year, the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the Federal Reserve Banks prepare audited financial statements. We release our statements for the previous year in late March. The Board also prepares quarterly reports with summary information on the combined financial position of the Reserve Banks.

Under the Federal Reserve Act, each Federal Reserve Bank is subject to the supervision of a nine-member board of directors. Three classes of directors represent the public and member banks. Dallas Fed directors perform corporate governance functions and provide insights on economic conditions to help inform the Fed’s policy deliberations. Each branch office has its own board of directors.

Dallas Fed and branch board members represent a wide range of industries and communities in our region. See our board member listings for details.

Dallas Fed advisory councils help deepen our understanding of economic issues and industries in the Eleventh District. Members share perspectives on current and emerging economic conditions in their respective areas of expertise.

We require all employees, including officers, to comply with the code of conduct. Dallas Fed employees are expected to perform their work with honesty, integrity and impartiality and without improper preferential treatment of any person.

All our offices are closed on Dallas Fed holidays. See the schedule for dates over the next five years.

Under the Dodd–Frank Act, each Federal Reserve Bank maintains an Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) and submits an annual report to Congress on workforce diversity, supplier diversity and related activities. The report is released at the end of March for the previous year.

See our OMWI report for demographic data on Dallas Fed employees and boards of directors.

President Lorie K. Logan

See details on public activities and financial disclosures for the Dallas Fed’s president.

Logan began serving as the Dallas Fed’s president and CEO on August 22, 2022. To deepen her understanding of the regional economy, she visited a range of Eleventh District communities as part of a listening tour to engage directly with stakeholders.

President Logan’s speaking schedule provides information on her upcoming and past public appearances.

Federal Reserve Bank presidents file annual documents to publicly disclose their financial holdings and transactions. They are also required to promptly disclose transactions involving stocks, bonds, commodity futures, and other securities.

Our speech archive provides full text for President Logan’s prepared public remarks. The resource includes older speeches and essays from Logan’s years with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

The selection of Lorie K. Logan as the 14th president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas was announced in May 2022, following a search process that began in November 2021. Our archive provides details on the selection process, including search committee members, job profile and public engagement.

About the Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve System, the central bank of the United States, includes 12 independent regional Reserve Banks and a national Board of Governors. Working together, we serve the American people by promoting a stable financial system and a healthy economy. Each Federal Reserve Bank maintains its own records.

For Dallas Fed records not available online, you can submit a request for information.

All Federal Reserve Banks have adopted a common policy for public requests for information.

Learn how to submit a request