ALEXANDRIA, Va. (12/23/15)--The National Credit Union Administration’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released its list of audits that would most benefit the agency in 2016.
In the OIG’s 2016 performance plan, it outlines its plans to identify and respond to issues that are of the greatest importance to the NCUA.
According to the NCUA’s strategic plan, its goals in 2016 are to: ensure a safe, sound and sustainable credit union system; promote consumer protection and financial literacy; further develop a regulatory environment that is transparent and effective with clearly articulated and easily understood regulations; and cultivate an environment that fosters a diverse, well-trained and motivated staff.
According to the OIG, it will perform audits in 2016 that help the agency achieve those goals.
Mandatory audits include:
Other discretionary audits listed in the report include:
Other potential audits and planning for 2017 are also listed.