Fors Marsh Group to Analyze Federal Mortgage Loan Data, Count Overseas-Based Citizens

Fors Marsh Group Logo_ExecutiveBizFors Marsh Group LLC, an Arlington, Va.-based research and consulting firm, has won task orders from two federal agencies to analyze loan data and count how many U.S. citizens live abroad.

Under a set of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau orders, FMG will analyze mortgage loan application data for financial institutions with the goal of helping the agency fulfill its responsibility to enforce fair lending laws.

The company also won two orders from the Federal Voting Assistance Program, which is responsible for helping military and U.S. citizens living overseas vote in elections.

Under the first order, the company will help run a data analysis project to analyze the operational environment and data associated with a kiosk-based Internet pilot project and help guide future deployments of kiosks.

FMG also won a second order to help the agency estimate the total number of U.S. citizens living overseas.

Fors Marsh Group supports research and helps form decision making strategies for government agencies such as:

  • Agriculture Department
  • Defense Human Resources Activity
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Food and Drug Administration
  • General Services Administration
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology
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