Recent recommendations made by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to increase the amount of money in the government has sparked some debate among various government-sponsored enterprises and other market-related government agencies, as these recommendations do not necessarily benefit the agencies.

Among the most high-profile recommendations in the March 2000 Budget Options include the elimination of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage insurance rebates, increasing the Ginnie Mae guarantee fee, and requiring all GSEs to register with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC).

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