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Federal Council may refer to:
- Federal Council of Australasia, a forerunner to the current Commonwealth of Australia
- Federal Council of Austria, the upper house of the Austrian federal parliament
- Federal Council of Germany, the representation of the 16 Federal States of Germany at the federal level
- Federation Council (Russia), the upper house of the Russian federal parliament
- Federal Executive Council (Australia), the formal body holding executive authority under the Australian Constitution
- Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, a formal inter-agency body of the United States government
- Federal Legislative Council, the legislative body of Federation of Malaya
- Federal National Council, the legislature of the United Arab Emirates
- Federal Council (Switzerland), the federal government of Switzerland
- Federal Advisory Council, a body composed of representatives chosen by each of the twelve Federal Reserve Banks that "consults with and advises the Board on all matters within the Board's jurisdiction."
- Federal Salary Council, an advisory body of the executive branch of the United States Government
- Federal Supreme Council, the highest constitutional authority in the United Arab Emirates
- Federal Bar Council, a U.S. lawyers' organization who practice in federal courts within the Second Circuit
- Federal Networking Council, chartered by the US National Science and Technology Council's Committee on Computing, Information and Communications (CCIC) to act as a forum for networking collaborations among US federal agencies
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