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The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is a government agency that designs and produces security products for the United States government, such as Federal Reserve Notes, Treasury securities, military commissions and award certificates, and identification cards.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is a government agency that designs and produces security products for the United States government, such as Federal Reserve Notes, Treasury securities, military commissions and award certificates, and identification cards. The BEP's Tour and Visitor Center offers 40 minute long tours of the different phases of the currency production process carried out in the Neoclassical building on Monday through Friday. It includes a short 7 minute long introductory film about the BEP.
Washington, DC, United States
+1 866 874-233
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