The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City covers the 10th District of the Federal Reserve, which includes Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Wyoming, and portions of western Missouri and northern New Mexico. The current president is Esther George. The Fed in Kansas City is second only to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in size of geographic area served. Missouri is the only state with two main branches of Federal Reserve Banks. The other is in St. Louis. Federal Reserve Notes issued by the bank are identified by "J" on the face of one and two dollar bills and the J10 on the face of other currency. The first bank building was the R.A. Long Building at 928 Grand which opened on November 16, 1914 until a new $4.3 million building could be built across the street at 925 Grand which formally opened in November 1921 in Downtown Kansas City. Shortly after it was established, the bank rented space to outside tenants. President Harry S. Truman had his office in Room 1107 of the building from when he left the Presidency in 1953 until the Truman Library was completed in 1957.
Highest paying job titles at Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City include Incident Response Analyst, Senior Software Engineer, and Software Engineer