The Federal Reserve Board is reorganizing its information-technology unit responsible for banking supervision.

The Fed has created a Supervisory Information Technology Office, which will decide what new hardware and software to buy. It will be advised by a council made up of officials from the 12 reserve banks. The Fed said the new structure should let it allocate information technology dollars more efficiently.

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