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FAQ+ Puts NCUA Answers At Your Fingertips
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (8/13/13)--FAQ+, a new credit union-specific search engine unveiled by the National Credit Union Administration on Monday, will help users answer common questions and find new information on training opportunities, grant programs and other topics.

The FAQ+ search engine was developed by the NCUA's Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives (OSCUI). OSCUI Director William Myers said NCUA is "constantly striving to improve communications and access to information, and this is another tool to help us accomplish that objective."

The search engine, which is placed on the right side of the NCUA's OSCUI website (see resource link), connects users with web links, documents, videos, agency forms and other NCUA site content.

Questions that are not answered in an FAQ+ search can be forwarded on to agency staff. The search engine and the related database will also be updated and expanded by the agency on an ongoing basis.
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