The NCUA is preparing for the installation of a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility at its headquarters in Alexandria, Va., which will cost more than $1.2 million.
The SCIF would be used by the NCUA to communicate with other agencies during a national security emergency.
Chairman Debbie Matz schedules a board vote affirming Vice Chairman Rick Metsger's appointment.
WASHINGTON - The agency asks for two more FTEs in the mid-year budget review. Board Member Fryzel opposes more staff.
Mark McWatters has been cleared to become the next member of the NCUA Board.
Chairman Debbie Matz says the agency will change "more than a few" risk weights proposed.
College professor Mark McWatters will succeed Republican Michael Fryzel.
Senate leaders agreed to schedule a vote on the NCUA board nominee as early as next week.
Outgoing board member suggests NCUA consider guidance as an alternative to more regulation.
Things between the NCUA and trades are bad on RBC, but is it really worth getting Congress involved?