A senior executive at Fannie Mae is involved in a conflict-of-interest administrative review pertaining to alternative credit scores, according to a Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of Inspector General management alert. The 15-page alert, published on July 26, is heavily redacted. It noted that an executive did not disclose “critical information” about potential conflicts of interest. The IG said the person failed to make a timely and complete disclosure about a potential conflict of interest and asked the FHFA to take appropriate disciplinary action. “FHFA’s decision whether to accept an alternative credit scoring model for the enterprises is a high-stakes decision, with long-term impact,” said the OIG.