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NCUA enhances homepage consumer site
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (11/2/11)—The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) on Tuesday unveiled a newly enhanced version of its homepage, ncua.gov, as well as the second phase of its consumer  site MyCreditUnion.gov.

The agency has enhanced portions of the sites that help users find a credit union and added archived current and historical credit union regulations. The agency has also overhauled its individual board member and department pages on ncua.gov, adding content on upcoming public appearances and meetings, new photos, and other informa
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The search functions and navigation elements of each page have also been improved, the NCUA said. However, portions of the CUOnline site that help users look up call report data have not been changed, the NCUA said.

NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz said the agency "took great care to solicit feedback from current users to improve features, navigability, and ensure robust content. In an on-going effort to provide accurate and timely information to credit unions, NCUA is committed to keeping these sites fresh and updated."

And for users of its consumer website, NCUA promised "a more streamlined experience" with all consumer content moved to that online location.


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