Evidence-Based Policy Making Act of 2018
The Evidence-Based Policy Making Act of 2018 (opens new window) (Evidence Act) mandates a systematic rethinking of government data management to better facilitate access for evidence-building activities and public consumption. The Evidence Act builds on longstanding principles underlying federal policies and data infrastructure investments supporting information quality, access, protection, and evidence building and use. It accelerates, expands, and reinforces the implementation of many activities underway, including the Federal Data Strategy (opens new window) and Open Data Policy.
Chief Data Officer
In accordance with the Evidence Act, the NCUA designated Kelly Lay, Director of the Office of Business Innovation, as Chief Data Officer.
Enterprise Data Program
The Enterprise Data Program is the principal internal program addressing data management standards, priorities, policies, and practices. The Enterprise Data Program is led by the Chief Data Officer and the Enterprise Data Team, and is supported by the Enterprise Data Governance Council and the agency’s data subject matter experts. These groups collaborate, coordinate, and facilitate implementation of agency-wide data lifecycle management processes and standards. The Chief Data Officer is also integrated in the agency’s senior executive governance processes.
NCUA Data and Analysis
The NCUA data and analysis of the financial condition of the nation’s federally insured credit union system can be found at the NCUA’s analysis page. If you have any comments or feedback on how the NCUA data can better serve the public, please contact BImail@ncua.gov.