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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation – FDIC
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is an independent agency created by the U.S. Congress to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system. The FDIC insures the funds of depositors in banks and savings associations; performs examinations and other supervisory activities to assess the financial condition of banks and savings associations to ensure that they are operating in a safe and sound manner and complying with consumer protection, fair lending, and other applicable laws and regulations; and acts as receiver to dispose of any insured financial institution that fails.
Office of the Washington State Auditor
Through the skilled financial, performance, and accountability audits, our office completes more than 2,100 audits every year. Our auditors have an opportunity to work on an array of audits across the state and take pride in the role they play helping governments work better, cost less and deliver higher value. We ensure each auditor is given training, mentoring and coaching through their professional development plans to ensure their knowledge and skills advance in line with their aspirations. Within the first year of their career, an auditor can expect to complete several in-training promotional steps. Our formal in-house training program supports continued professional development.
Pierce County – Love where you work! – Human Resources
A career with Pierce County is your opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives every day, as each employee plays a role in supporting a livable Pierce County where people choose to live, work, and play. Whether you are serving our great community by providing public resource maintenance, social services, administrative support, legal advocacy, protecting our community, or monitoring stormwater and sewer systems, you are joining a team aimed at working together to support a livable Pierce County.
U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)
GSA serves as the federal government’s “business manager” and leverages the buying power of the federal government to acquire best value for taxpayers and federal customers by providing real estate, products, services, and information technology solutions to enable federal employees to accomplish their missions worldwide. GSA is comprised of two major business lines: the Public Buildings Service and the Federal Acquisition Service. Did You Know? GSA’s operations are equivalent in size and complexity to those of large Fortune 500 corporations!
U.S. Government Accountability Office
GAO, often called the “Congressional Watchdog,” is an independent, non-partisan agency that works for Congress. GAO examines how taxpayer dollars are spent and provides Congress and federal agencies with objective, non-partisan, fact-based information to help the government save money and work more efficiently. GAO’s core values—accountability, integrity, and reliability—and GAO’s people values—valued, respected, and treated fairly—are equally essential to successfully achieving our mission to support Congress and serve the American people.
Washington State Department of Financial Institutions
The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions’ (DFI) mission is to regulate financial services to protect and educate the public and promote economic vitality. Collectively and independently, the Department’s nearly 200 employees within its 5 divisions – Administration, Banks, Consumer Services, Credit Unions, and Securities – work together to create a stronger economic future and secure financial environment for Washington’s consumers and businesses alike. To learn more about the Department of Financial Institutions, please visit our website at www.dfi.wa.gov.