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Flickr Account Offers a Look Inside NCUA

March 2016
Flickr Account Offers a Look Inside NCUA

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (March 16, 2016) – Photos, charts, information graphics and other imagery from the National Credit Union Administration are now available on the agency’s official Flickr account, launched today.

NCUA’s Flickr page is available online [link no longer available]. Users can browse more than 150 images highlighting the agency’s leadership, history, cybersecurity products, charitable efforts and consumer information resources.

Going forward, NCUA will regularly add charts, pictures and other imagery from the agency’s social media postings and publications like the NCUA Quarterly U.S. Map Review and Annual Report.

Photos uploaded to the agency’s Flickr account can be liked, shared or downloaded into multiple formats. Users are not required to have a Flickr account to view the agency’s page.

NCUA’s Flickr account is part of the agency’s continued efforts to use social media and innovative technologies to communicate with the public directly and effectively about the agency’s mission and priorities, efforts to protect the credit union system and consumer protection and financial literacy resources.

Since the launch of NCUA’s social media program in 2010, the agency’s social media outreach on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn and its business and consumer Twitter feeds have connected with tens of thousands of followers. NCUA social media messaging has also reached millions of people, providing critical information about regulatory matters, training and webinars, employment opportunities, low-income credit union grants and loans, small credit union consulting services, consumer protection matters and financial literacy.

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