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SHIRLEE BOWNE Member of the Board
YOLANDA TOWNSEND WHEAT Executive Director
KARL HOYLE Secretary to the Board
BECKY BAKER Executive Assistant to the Vice Chairman JOHN BUTLER
Executive Assistant to the Board Member RUSSELL CLARK General Counsel
ROBERT FENNER Director, Public and Congressional Affairs ROBERT E. LOFTUS Director, Office of Examination and Insurance DAVID M. MARQUIS Inspector General
H. FRANK THOMAS Chief Financial Officer
DENNIS WINANS Director, Office of Community Development JOYCE JACKSON
and Low-income Credit Unions Director, Office of Investmeit Services
JAMES L. BAYLEN
DOROTHY FOSTER Director, Office of Training and Development ROBERT POMPA Director, Office of Corporate Credit Unions ROBERT F. SCHAFER, Acting (For the National Credit Union Administration statement or organization, see the code of Federal Regulations, Title 12, Part : 201
The National Credit Union Administration Board is responsible for chartering, insuring, supervising, and examining Federal credit unions and administering the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund. The Board also manages the Central Liquidity Facility, a mixed-ownership Government corporation whose purpose is to supply emergency loans to member credit unions.
The National Credit Union
Supervision Supervisory activities are Administration was established by act of carried out through annual examiner March 10, 1970 (12 U.S.C. 1752), and contacts and through periodic policy and reorganized by act of November 10, regulatory releases from the 1978 (12 U.S.C. 226), as an independent Administration. The Administration also agency in the executive branch of the
maintains a warning system designed to Federal Government. It regulates and
identity emerging problems as well as to insures all Federal credit unions and
monitor operations between
examinations. insures State-chartered credit unions that
Examinations The Administration apply and quality for share insurance.
conducts annual examinations of Federal
credit unions to determine their solvency Activities
and compliance with laws and Chartering The Administration's Board regulations and to assist credit union grants Federal credit union charters to management and operations. groups sharing a common bord of
For further information contact the Director, Occupation or association, or groups Ottice of Examination and Insurance. Phone, 703– within a well-defined neighborhood.
518 cornmunity, or rural district. A
Share Insurance The act of October preliminan investigation is made to
19.197712L.S.C. 1:81 et seq.), determine if certain minimum sandards
prons a program of share are mer before granting a Faxral
sunce. The insurance is mandatory charter.
Ry Fera' cadit unions and for StateFor further information contact the work
mai credit unions in many States regional one isted in the table in
Norina for other State-chartered
credit unions that meet Administration percent deposit of its insured savings standards. Credit union members'
with the Fund. accounts are insured up to $100,000. The National Credit Union Share
For further information, contact the Director,
Office of Examination and Insurance. Phone, 703– Insurance Fund requires each insured
518-6360. credit union to place and maintain a 1
Regional Offices National Credit Union Administration
ALBANY-Connecticut, Maine, Massa- 9 Washington Sq., Wash
chusetts, New Hampshire, New York, ington Ave. Ext., AL Rhode Island, Vermont
bany, NY 12205 CAPITAL-Delaware, District of Column Suite 206, 1775 Duke St.
bia, Maryland, New Jersey, Penn- Alexandria, VA 22314
sylvania, Virginia, West Virginia ATLANTA-Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Suite 1600, 7000 Central
Georgia, Kentucky. Louisiana, Mis- Pkwy., Atlanta, GA sissippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, 30328 South Carolina, Tennesseo, Virgin Islands CHICAGO Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Suite 156, 4225 Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin
Napparville Rd., Lisle,
Dakota, Texas, Utah, Wyoming
California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Mon Rd., Concord, CA
Sources of Information Consumer Complaints The Administration investigates the complaints of members who are unable to resolve problems with their Federal credit union when these problems relate to a possible violation of the Federal Credit Union Act or consumer protection regulations. Complaints should be sent directly to the appropriate regional office. Employment Inquiries and applications for employment should be directed to the Office of Human Resources, National Credit Union Administration, 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314–3428. Federally Insured Credit Unions A list of federally insured credit union names, addresses, asset levels, and number of members is available for review at NCUA's Alexandria and regional offices.
Copies of the listing are available at a nominal fee from NCUA, Publications, 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3428. Phone, 703–518_6340. Publications NCUA publications are available in hard copy, or using a computer and modem, via the NCUA Bulletin Board. To view and download NCUA publications from the Bulletin Board, log onto the system at 703–518 6480. For assistance, contact the systems operator at 703-518–6335. A list of publications and hard copies are available through the NCUA, Office of Administration, 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3428. Phone, 703-518-6340, Starting a Federal Credit Union Groups interested in forming a Federal credit union may obtain free information by writing to the appropriate regional office.
For further information concerning the National Credit Union Administration, contact the Office of Public and Congressional Affairs, National Credit Union Administration, 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 3428. Phone, 703-518-6330.
NATIONAL FOUNDATION ON THE ARTS AND THE HUMANITIES
NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS
Chief of Staff Congressional Liaison General Counsel Inspector General Deputy Chairman for Grants and Partnership Deputy Chairman for Management and Budget Director, Enterprise Development Director, Office of Communications Director, Policy, Planning, and Technology Director, Guidelines and Panel Operations Director of Administration Budget Officer Finance Officer Contracts and Grants Officer Director, Office of Human Resources Director, Creation and Presentation Division Director, Education and Access Division Director, Heritage and Preservation Division Director, Planning and Stabilization Division Director, Civil Rights Director, Information Management Council Coordinator
Administrative Services Officer
INSTITUTE OF MUSEUM SERVICES
DIANE B. FRANKEL Director, Policy, Planning, and Budget
LINDA BELL Director, Legislative and Public Affairs
REBECCA DANVERS Deputy Program Director
MARY ESTELLE KENNELLY For the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 1100]
The National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities encourages and supports national progress in the humanities and the arts.
The National Foundation on the Arts and
policies and procedures and reviews applications for financial support while making recommendations thereon.
The Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities consists of 20 members, including the two Endowment Chairmen and the Director of the Institute of Museum Services, and is designed to coordinate the activities of the two Endowments and related programs of other Federal agencies. Four members are excluded from the Federal Council when it is considering matters under the Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act (20 U.S.C. 971).
National Endowment for the Arts The National Endowment for the Arts supports the visual, literary, and performing arts to benefit all Americans by fostering artistic excellence and developing the Nation's finest creative talent, preserving and transmitting our diverse cultural heritage, making the arts more accessible to all Americans, promoting the vitality of ants institutions, and making the arts intrinsic to education.
The Arts Endowment serves as a catalyst to increase opportunities for artists and resources for arts organizations. It
promotes involvement in the arts by citizens, public and private organizations, and States and local
and partnerships with State and regional arts agencies.
communities. The Endowment awards grants to nonprofit arts organizations in support of outstanding performances, exhibitions, projects, and programs; provides fellowships to exceptionally talented American artists to stimulate the creation of new works of art, to expand the Nation's artistic resources, and to promote preservation of the country's cultural heritage; and funds projects whose goal is to educate, formally or informally, both children and adults in the arts. The Endowment also disburses program funds to State arts agencies and local and regional organizations in order to promote broad dissemination of the arts across America. Its grantmaking is conducted through the following divisions: Creation and Presentation, Education and Access, Heritage and Preservation, Planning and Stabilization,
Sources of Information Grants Persons interested in applying for a grant in the arts should contact the appropriate program at the National Endowment for the Arts by calling 202682-5400 for further information. Publications A report of the National Endowment for the Arts is issued annually and may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.
A program announcement containing information for prospective applicants may be obtained by requesting the publication entitled Guide to Programs, Contact the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC 20506.
For further information, contact the Public Information Office, National Endowment for the Arts, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20506. Phone, 202-682-5400.
National Endowment for the Humanities The National Endowment for the Humanities is an independent, grantmaking agency established by Congress in 1965 to support research, education, and public programs in the humanities.
According to the agency's authorizing legislation, the term "humanities'' includes, but is not limited to, the study of the following: language, both modern and classical; linguistics; literature; history; jurisprudence; philosophy; archaeology; comparative religion; ethics; the history, criticism, and theory of the arts; and those aspects of the social sciences that employ historical or philosophical approaches.
The Endowment makes grants to individuals, groups, or institutionsschools, colleges, universities, museums, public television stations, libraries, public agencies, and nonprofit private groups—to increase understanding and appreciation of the humanities. Its grantmaking is conducted through three operating divisions-Research and Education, Public Programs and
Enterprise, and Preservation and Access, and through the Federal/State Partnership and the Office of Challenge Grants. Research and Education Through grants to educational institutions, fellowships to scholars and teachers, and through the support of significant research, this division is designed to strengthen sustained, thoughtful study of the humanities at all levels of education and promote original research in the humanities.
For further information, call 202-606-8200.
Public Programs and Enterprise This division strives to fulfill the Endowment's mandate “to increase public understanding of the humanities" by supporting those institutions and organizations that develop and present