Oklahoma City Branch

The Oklahoma City Branch is Oklahoma’s connection to the nation’s central bank. Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, it serves the state of Oklahoma in research, bank examination and public outreach.

Latest Information and Research

Branch Executive Chad Wilkerson

Chad Wilkerson is Branch Executive of the Kansas City Fed’s Oklahoma City Branch office. In this role, he serves as the Bank’s...

Oklahoma Ag Economy Diverges from Surrounding States

This edition of the Oklahoma Economist looks at why the farm economy in Oklahoma has diverged negatively from surrounding...

Growth in Tenth District Services Eased Slightly

Regional services activity eased somewhat in June. Over 40% of firms reported delays in shipping and product availability as...

Growth in Tenth District Manufacturing Activity Slowed Further

The pace of regional factory growth slowed further but was still expansionary. Over 85 percent of firms reported delays in...

Oklahoma City Branch Hosts Industry Roundtables

Oklahoma City Branch economists host industry roundtables to connect with local business leaders.

First Quarter Energy Survey: Tenth District Energy Activity Increased Moderately

First quarter energy survey results revealed that Tenth District energy activity increased moderately, and expectations for...

Education in Oklahoma

Supporting Oklahoma educators by providing free social studies, economic and financial education lessons and resources...

Oklahoma Economic Forums

Economic Forums are an opportunity for Oklahoma City Branch economists to share insights on the economy and learn about local...

Serving Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Branch

About the Oklahoma City Branch

The Oklahoma City Branch is one of three branches of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, which serves the Tenth Federal Reserve District. It is located in the...

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Board of Directors

The Kansas City Fed values diversity of experience, industry, geography, race and gender on its Board of Directors.Directors oversee Bank operations and policies, and...

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Student Board of Directors

Learn more about the Student Board program and how to apply.

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Outreach Staff

Oklahoma City Branch employees are part of a rich history and legacy of serving the state of Oklahoma for 100 years through our network of relationships with...


Research and Resources

Oklahoma Economist

Oklahoma Economist

The Oklahoma Economist is a quarterly publication that provides economic information and insights on the state's economy.

Energy Survey

Energy Survey

The Energy Survey monitors energy firms located and/or headquartered in the Tenth District, with results based on total firm activity nationwide. 

Manufacturing Survey

Manufacturing Survey

The Kansas City Fed's monthly Survey of Tenth District Manufacturers provides information on manufacturing activity in the Tenth Federal Reserve District.

Services Survey

Services Survey

The Services Survey results reveal changes in several indicators of activity including sales, revenue, employment, and capital spending, and identify changes in...


Research Focus

Agriculture and the Economy

Research and updates from the Kansas City Fed highlighting developments in the agricultural economy.

Regional Databooks

The quarterly databook provides summaries of regional and national economic indicators for the Tenth District including Oklahoma.

Energy and the Economy

Kansas City Fed focuses on energy-related economic research. It provides insights on the energy industry within the 10th District.

Oklahoma City Branch Centennial

The Oklahoma City Branch opened on August 2, 1920, as the third branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City.

100 years

The Oklahoma City Branch opened on August 2, 1920, as the third branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. It has served as a local connection to the nation's central bank. Learn about the history of the Oklahoma City Branch and how it has evolved over the years.