NCUA Board Member Gigi Hyland’s term was scheduled to endTuesday, but she doesn’t have to leave.

Hyland, a Democrat nominated by President Bush who took officeon November 10, 2005, is allowed by law to remain in office until asuccessor is sworn in.

President Obama hasn’t nominated a new board member yet and evenwhen he does it could take several weeks or months for the Senateto confirm him or her.

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