Font Bureau Agency is a geometric sans-serif typeface family intended for titles and headings, released between 1990 and 1995. It was designed by David Berlow of Font Bureau.
It is an expansion of a capitals-only titling face created in the 1930s by Morris Fuller Benton, adding lower-case characters and a wider range of widths and weights. The expanded design somewhat resembles his classic Bank Gothic.
Two styles were supplied with Microsoft Office in the 2007 and 2010 editions but removed from Office 2013. Microsoft has advised Office 2013 users missing the font to copy it from a computer running an earlier version of Office.