The Federal Reserve is going to start listening to what you say on Facebook, Twitter and Google. Three weeks ago, a Fed Reserve-issued RFP turned up on the Internet seeking a "Social Media Monitoring Solution." The description on the document states that the "intent is to establish a fair and equitable partnership with a market leader who will gather data from various social media outlets and news sources and provide applicable reporting to FRBNY." FastCompany spoke with Jack Gutt, spokesperson for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, who said the Fed wants to "get a better sense of the relevant concerns and discussions that are taking place in the public domain" so that it can better understand the public's perception of it. See the full RFP below.