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FHFA Releases Draft Strategic Plan for Public Comment

May 15, 2012

Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Acting Director Edward J. DeMarco has released, for public comment, the FHFA’s draft Strategic Plan: Fiscal Years 2013-2017. The FHFA is updating its plan in order to incorporate the strategic plan for the conservatorships of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac sent to Congress in February of 2012. In accordance with the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act of 2010, the FHFA is soliciting the views of those potentially affected by, or interested in, the plan. The draft strategic plan sets four strategic goals for the FHFA: 1. Safe and sound housing government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs). 2. Stability, liquidity and access in housing finance. 3. Preserve and conserve Enterprise assets. 4. Prepare for the future of housing finance in the U.S. All comments on the draft plan must be received by June 13, 2012. Comments should be addressed to: Toni Harris, Manager, Strategic Planning and Performance Management, Federal Housing Finance Agency 400 7th Street SW Washington, DC 20024 Comments may also be submitted via e-mail to [email protected].
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