Welcome to the NCUA Open Government web page. This page serves as NCUA’s gateway for agency activities related to the goal of creating a more open government. Click on any of the "click here" links below to learn more.
Credit Union Applications
NCUA provides and maintains a collection of applications and tools you can use to research both financial and non-financial information relative to credit unions. Click here to access this gateway to statistical reports, Financial Performance Reports, Share Insurance Reports and related data, credit union profile information, 5300 Call Report Data, and more.
FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) Annual Reports
The FOIA Annual Reports contain statistical information about NCUA's responses to incoming FOIA requests during the year. To see those statistics for the past few years, click here.
FOIA Frequently Requested Information
This page includes information on NCUA VISA credit card holders, our telephone directory, legal opinion letters, credit union data, credit union applications, and Corporate Credit Union FOIA Requests. Click here to review that information and learn more.
FSOC (Financial Stability Oversight Council)
The FSOC provides, for the first time, comprehensive monitoring to ensure the stability of our nation's financial system. The Council brings together the expertise of federal financial regulators, state regulators, and an insurance expert appointed by the President. Learn more.
NCUA Plan to Assist Persons with Limited English Proficiency (LEP)
NCUA's Plan to Assist Persons with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) provides guidance to clarify the responsibilities of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) for providing persons with limited English proficiency meaningful access to NCUA programs and services as required under Executive Order 13166 (August 11, 2000) and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Learn more.
Plain Writing Act
The Plain Writing Act of 2010 is intended to improve the effectiveness and accountability of Federal Agencies to the public. It specifically promotes clearly written Government communications that the public can easily understand and use. Please click here for additional information and details.
Supervisory Review Committee
NCUA's policy is to maintain good communication with all the credit unions it supervises. Credit unions, examiners, and regional and central office staff are encouraged to resolve disagreements informally and expeditiously. NCUA expects that most disputes can and will be handled in this manner. The Supervisory Review Committee and other appeals processes are available for certain disputes that cannot be resolved this way. Learn more about the Supervisory Review Committee.
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