Richard R. Oliver is an executive vice president with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and has been with the Bank since 1973.Since 1998, he has served as retail payments product manager for the Federal Reserve System. In this capacity, he has responsibility for managing the Fed's check and ACH businesses nationwide.Earlier in his career, Mr. Oliver served as planning analyst, administrator of the Automated Clearinghouse, chairman of the Federal Reserve's Electronic Payments Implementation Task Force, manager and officer in charge of software development, vice president in charge of automation services, the Federal Reserve System's product manager for electronic payments services, officer in charge of business development and check software, and staff director for the Federal Reserve System's Policy Committee for Financial Services. He also serves on the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Management Committee.Mr. Oliver received a bachelor's degree in math from the University of Nevada, a master's degree in information and computer sciences from Georgia Institute of Technology, and an MBA in management from Georgia State University. He has also completed executive development programs at Harvard University and the University of Tennessee.
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