WASHINGTON-The Financial Literacy and Education Commission,created by the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act tocoordinate the federal governments financial literacy efforts, heldits third session Sept. 22. Treasury Under Secretary for DomesticFinance Brian Roseboro opened the meeting at the TreasuryDepartment's Cash Room located at 1500 Pennsylvania Ave. Treasury'sOffice of Financial Education coordinates the efforts of theFinancial Literacy and Education Commission, which is composed ofrepresentatives from 20 federal departments, agencies andcommissions, including NCUA Chairman JoAnn Johnson. Representativesfrom the government, nonprofit, and private sectors were expectedto present financial literacy best practices to the commission.

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