ALEXANDRIA, Va.-With the larger than normal congressionalappropriation NCUA received for its Community Development RevolvingLoan Fund this fiscal year, there are still funds to go around. Inthe fiscal year 2004 (ending Sept. 30) appropriations, NCUAreceived $1.2 million for the CDRLF with $1 million of thatearmarked for technical assistance grants and the other $200,000going toward low-rate loans for low-income credit unions. Loanfunds remained fairly stagnant in FY 2003 due to the low interestrate environment but NCUA had to turn away nearly $1 million ingrants due to a lack of funding. To disburse the additional fundsin time, NCUA is initiating different programs for receiving money.The CDRLF's activities from March are listed below.

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