AWARE Supporting Government Financial Literacy Efforts

AWARE is proud to be a resource for government financial literacy efforts. Below are some of the government web sites that are offering our information to consumers by linking to AWARE.

Federal Trade Commission

The Federal Trade Commission provides important information for consumers on all aspects of the car buying process.

Federal Citizen Information Center

The Federal Citizen Information Center is the Pueblo, Colorado one-stop shopping center for free and low cost consumer information on a wide variety of subjects - from cars and housing to health and Federal benefits. FCIC is part of the General Services Administration, but the information provided comes from more than 40 Federal agencies and private sector partners.

USDA Extension Service

The United States Department of Agriculture Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES) provides resources to consumers to increase economic opportunity and quality of life in rural America.

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Money Smart Week

Money Smart Week is a program of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. During the six day event, community groups, financial institutions, government agencies, educational organizations, and financial experts all conduct presentations to help consumers learn to better manage their personal finances.

Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs

The Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumers Affairs champions the interests of consumers and seeks to educate Georgians about their rights and responsibilities in the marketplace.


Recognizing the need for consumer education, automotive industry leaders have formed AWARE (Americans Well-informed on Automobile Retailing Economics), a collaborative industry effort to provide consumers with information, tools, and other resources to better understand the auto financing system.