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WASHINGTON – The NCUA’s Technical Assistance Grant Program is one of those listed as “not performing” by ExpectMore.gov, a Web site the Bush Administration’s Office of Management and Budget set up to report on the progress – or lack of progress – of different federal programs. “The program is duplicative of certain aspects of the Community Development Financial Institution Fund, which also seeks to promote community development through assisting financial institutions in underserved communities,” the Web site said, without indicating that the administration is trying to cut the CDFI Fund. It also found that “the program lacks performance measures that illustrate whether the program meets its overall objective of increasing income, home ownership, and employment opportunities for low-income customers. The program does not monitor credit unions to determine whether `low-income’ status should continue.”

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