WASHINGTON -”Don’t forget us!” That’s what the Association of Corporate CUs is saying to NCUA in regard to its Strategic Plan for 2003-2008. In a comment letter to NCUA on the Strategic Plan, the ACCU noted that there weren’t any explicit references to corporates. ACCU Executive Director Gigi Hyland asked NCUA to include corporates in its future plans and specifically in Reg-Flex. “ACCU suggests that the NCUA include greater details in its objectives, for example under Strategic Goal #3 regarding regulatory flexibility, to provide further direction to agency personnel as well as to corporates regarding additional review and consideration of expanded `Reg-Flex like’ authority for corporates,” wrote Hyland. In a sort of noncorporate issue, Hyland also asked NCUA to include its Crisis Management Planning efforts into its Strategic Plan.

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