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Agency Offices - Central Office Management

  • Office of the Chief Economist

    The Mission of Office of the Chief Economist is to support NCUA’s safety and soundness goals by enhancing economic intelligence and understanding of emerging microeconomic and macroeconomic risks. Read more

  • Office of Chief Financial Officer

    The Office of Chief Financial Officer responsibilities include agency budget preparation, ongoing finance and accounting functions, and management and NCUSIF operations. Read more

  • Office of Chief Information Officer

    The Office of Chief Information Officer is responsible for managing NCUA’s automated information resources. Read more

  • Office of Consumer Protection

    The Office of Consumer Protection was established in 2010 to better protect Americans who belong to credit unions. Read more

  • Office of Examination & Insurance

    The Office of Examination & Insurance provides national guidance for NCUA’s efforts to assure the safety and soundness of federally insured credit unions. Read more

  • Office of Executive Director

    The Office of the Executive Director is responsible for the agency’s daily operation and reports directly to the NCUA Chairman. Read more

  • Office of General Counsel

    The Office of General Counsel has responsibility for all legal matters affecting NCUA, including representing the agency in litigation. Read more

  • Office of Human Resources

    The Office of Human Resources provides comprehensive human resources functions to all NCUA employees, including recruitment and merit promotion, training and employee benefits. Read more

  • Office of Inspector General

    The Office of Inspector General, formerly the Office of Internal Audit, was established in response to Inspector General Act amendments requiring NCUA to establish and maintain an OIG office. Read more

  • Office of Minority and Women Inclusion

    The Office of Minority and Women (OMWI) was formed in response to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. Read more

  • Office of National Examinations and Supervision

    The Office of Examination and Insurance provides national guidance for NCUA's efforts to assure the safety and soundness of federally insured credit unions. Read more

  • Office of Public & Congressional Affairs

    The Office of Public & Congressional Affairs provides information to the public, credit unions, Congress, credit union leagues and trade organizations, the media and NCUA employees. Read more

  • Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives

    The Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives (OSCUI) was formed to foster credit union development and their effective delivery of financial services, facilitate expansion of credit union services through new charters and field of membership expansions. Read more

     



  • NCUA's Ombudsman

    NCUA's Ombudsman investigates complaints and recommends solutions. These complaints must relate to regulatory issues that cannot be resolved at the operational (regional) level. Read more