Amid Lack of Consensus, NCUA Board Drops Strategic Plan from Thursday Meeting

In another sign of division among the three National Credit Union Administration board members, the agency on Wednesday dropped the 2022-2026 Strategic Plan from the agenda for Thursday’s board meeting.

An agency spokesperson said the plan was dropped “to allow more time for the Board to reach consensus on the agency’s proposed strategic goals and priorities.”

The spokesperson did not elaborate on the issues that divide the board and there have been few public signs of disagreements among board members.

However, the board, with Democrat Todd Harper now controlling the agenda, has not considered in final form several proposals that former Chairman Rodney Hood, a Republican, brought to the board in the form of proposed rules.

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July 16, 2021: NCUA Board to Consider Strategic Plan

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