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NCUA opens new consulting program nomination round
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (5/12/14)--Nominations for the latest 2014 round of the National Credit Union Administration's small credit union consulting program will be accepted until May 31.
 
Through the consulting program, the NCUA's Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives (OSCUI) offers budgeting, marketing, policy development and strategic planning assistance. The experienced economic development specialists that offer this assistance also help credit unions tackle other examination issues.
 
The new nomination round was announced in OSCUI's Focus e-Newsletter .
 
Credit unions with less than $50 million in total assets, charters that have been approved within the past 10 years or low-income designations may be approved for the consulting program.
 
Nominations may be submitted by NCUA examiners or other agency staff, state credit union regulators or by credit unions themselves. Selected credit unions will receive assistance during the six-month period between July and December.
 
For more information and a nomination form, use the resource link.
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