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Outreach is an integral part of the OCC's mission. Request an OCC speaker for your upcoming event or email the Outreach Coordination Office with any questions. Learn about our specific outreach programs below.
Banking Relations provides a range of services to facilitate timely and effective communication between the OCC and the banking industry, including workshops for directors of national community banks and federal savings associations.
Community Affairs conducts outreach and training in support of the OCC's mission by helping national banks and federal savings associations to be leaders in providing safe and sound community development financing and making financial services accessible to underserved communities and consumers.
External Outreach and Minority Affairs (EOMA) educates minority organizations and communities about the mission of the OCC, and establishes and maintains relationships with minority communities to address matters of fair access to financial services.
International Banking Supervision conducts the federal branches and agencies supervision program and coordinates the OCC's international work in line with the agency's primary bank supervisory goals. The OCC's Foreign Technical Assistance Program seeks to help foreign supervisors develop, improve, and refine their supervisory systems.