The Federal Reserve is independent from our government, it's an independent central bank that is not an official entity of our federal government.
Is the Federal Reserve a creation of the congress and can it be altered or abolished by a congressional act? Yes or no?
The "independence" you keep trying to assert is a shield protecting the Federal Reserve from political
interference regarding the monetary decisions by its board. No other federal agency, by law, can countermand the Fed's monetary decisions, including the Treasury Department or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, which are, of course, in the Executive branch of government.
But even then, if the FR consistently goes against what congress wants it to do, in theory, congress could mandate monetary policy by passing a bill into law and having it signed by the president.
The Humphrey-Hawkins Act passed by congress in 1978 required the chairman of the Federal Reserve to appear before House and Senate committees semi-annually to deliver a report on the Fed's actions, economic forecasts and to answer questions by representatives and senators.
While the H-H Act has expired, the chairman continues to appear semi-annually voluntarily to deliver the Fed's statement to congress.
Name one other head of any institution which has been required to do that type of regular testifying before congress or who continues to do so.
You have a LOT
to learn but no brain to learn it with......