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FICS enhances system for reports to Ginnie Mae
DALLAS (9/9/08)--Financial Industry Computer Systems’ Mortgage Servicer and Commercial Servicer can now report directly to the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae) through Ginnie Mae’s new Reporting and Feedback System (RFS). “The RFS reporting feature allows our customers to easily remain in compliance with Ginnie Mae without having to incur additional expenses to develop customized interfaces,” said Susan Graham, FICS president. RFS is being implemented under Ginnie’s Business Process Improvement initiative to streamline reporting processes. Ginnie Mae was created in 1968 to expand access to affordable housing opportunities by linking global capital markets to the nation’s housing markets. FICS provides technology solutions to the mortgage industry.


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